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DigiTech unveils its new GENETX technology in the form of the new GNX1 GENETX Guitar Processor. GENETX is a software technology that is used in conjunction with DigiTech's new AudioDNA DSP engine, giving users unprecedented control to create their own custom amplifier and cabinet models.

Using tools like the "Warp" control and cabinet tuning, guitarists can combine the characteristics of their two favorite amp and cabinet systems into a new hybrid "hypermodel" system. A limitless number of amp tones can be created in a manner never before available.

"The GNX1 takes musicians to the next level of play," said Rob Urry. president of Harman Music Group. "The technology inside this new processor allows guitarists to create entirely new sounds - something that wasn't possible until now."

In true DigiTech fashion. the GNX1 is also equipped with a full palette of studio quality effects to complement the powerful tone processing muscle available. The GNX1 gives users sound shaping ability at their fingertips. From standard dynamics processing effects like compression and noise reductions, to the classic sounds of chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, delay and reverb, to DigiTech's signature Whammy pitch blending, Synth Talk and Ya Ya, this guitar processor has enough processing resources to satisfy even the most advanced effects guru.

In addition to the phenomenal tone and effects, the GNX1 also serves as a useful practicing tool for all levels of players. The Learn-A-Lick feature is a custom phrase sampler that can record a passage of high-speed guitar solo and slow it down from its original speed without changing the pitch. The GNX1's built-in Rhythm Trainer also provides timing practice with 10 styles of drum patterns to play against at any tempo.

The retail price on the GNX1 is $499.95.

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