Waves iGTR Modeling Guitar Headphone Amp  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Amp modeling in a go anywhere, play anytime unit.

The Waves iGTR Headphone Amp is a pocket-sized and power-packed personal guitar effects processor that delivers the real sound of guitar amps and effects, anytime, anyplace. Strap it on, plug in your guitar, and you're ready to rock. Hook up headphones or to a power amp and speakers and unleash the power of iGTR: Cutting-edge guitar tones--from cool clean sounds to scorching distortion--at your fingertips.

Plug your mp3 player into Waves iGTR to play along with your favorite tunes, or chain together 2 iGTRs to jam with friends--any time of the day or night, without waking the neighbors!

The Wave iGTR's powerful amps and effects let you fine-tune your tone for maximum sound.

Ambience FX

From sparkling to spacious, when you need some atmosphere to fatten up your sound, iGTR's three tweakable ambience effects will make your guitar tone that's larger than life. Settings include Reverb, Chorus, and Delay.

Modulation FX

From cool and mild to wet and wild, turn your tone inside out with iGTR's three variable speed modulation effects. Shimmering highs and pulsating waves of sound are yours at the flip of a switch. Settings include Phaser, Tremolo, and Wah.


From smooth jazz to crunchy metal, iGTR's three virtual amps with adjustable drive give you the power to dial up your sound instantly and intuitively. For sizzling lead lines, blistering riffs, stinging solos, and walls of distortion, iGTR has it all. Settings include Warm, Normal, and Bright.

How to use iGTR:

Pop in 4 AAA batteries.

Hook up your headphones.

Plug in your guitar.

Strap on iGTR with the belt clip.

Turn on iGTR.

Pick your amp and effects.

Tweak the controls to find your sound.

You are now ready to rock.

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