Behringer announces the release of the El Toro Guitar Pack which is set to get budding guitarists rocking round the clock. The El Toro Guitar Pack comes in a complete package that includes everything the aspiring guitarist needs to get started: a top-notch electric guitar, a great-sounding V-TONE 15-Watt guitar modeling amp with 27 classic guitar sound presets, a stage-proof auto-chromatic tuner and amazing accessories.
The electric guitar features a 22-fret rosewood fretboard on a maple neck, solid body and sealed chrome machine heads. The bridge hum bucker pickup is built to appeal to rock enthusiasts. It is designed with a hotter output for better overdrive tones, thereby making it more suitable for heavy playing and producing rock and metal sounds.
The V-TONE GM108 15-Watt analog modeling guitar amp punches beyond its weight and pleases with tasteful tones, unheard-of in other practice amps. The combo has 27 true analog modeling settings for all classic guitar amp sounds and a vintage-design 8" speaker to meet even recording needs. A powerful dedicated headphone output with speaker simulation permits silent practicing. In addition, the CD input makes it possible to play along to favorite tunes.
The TU100 is a professional stage-proof tuner that features 7 different tuning modes for electric guitar and bass, including Regular, Flat, Double Flat and Chromatic mode. A 7-segment LED display and precise 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning and clear visibility at low light.
To round off this appealing package, the El Toro Guitar Pack also contains a high-quality instrument cable, an adjustable guitar strap, three picks and a guitar instruction book. A sleek padded gig bag protects the guitar on the road.
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