Steve Vai Announces: Something New Is Coming...

February 10, 2017 10 Comments

Guitar legend Steve Vai makes an exciting video announcement that something new is coming soon. Click below to watch the video. If you would like to be one of the first to find out what Steve is talking about, enter your email below. 

 

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10 Responses

zztopoftheworld
zztopoftheworld

February 13, 2017

Looking forward! You folks do it all and are so great at it. Steve’s the icing for y’all. Keep up the great work.

David Rogers
David Rogers

February 12, 2017

Anything having to do with Carvin, AND Mr. Vai is bound to be big!!

tom chambers
tom chambers

February 11, 2017

I love Steve Vai.

Burt
Burt

February 11, 2017

I look forward to seeing Carvin come out with a programmable amp with MIDI presets and complete MIDI control. Calvin is already halfway there with that Legacy and the V3 series. I want to see an amp where i can store EVERY knob setting and control volume with any 3rd party MIDI controller. For that matter – Carvin, already making multi effects units, could get into the guitar multifx game and do it better than anybody else… combine the SX amp technology with presets and MIDI. I’d buy another SX amp (I owned two SX60’s back in the 80s) if i could run a MIDI controller in it, have a bank of sounds recallable by PC# and have volume controlled by CC#7 and maybe a wah controlled by CC# ___ . All the technologies necessary to pull this off are those Carvin is already doing. MIDI, effects units,

Geoff
Geoff

February 10, 2017

It’s the drive preamp by Steve via hopefully it’s affordable because it sounds great turns any amp in to a legacy 3 or maybe even 4? If the rumors are right I want one if I guess right send me one my way I’m a broke musician literally love carvin!

Anthony
Anthony

February 10, 2017

Hmmmmm. I’m interested!

phil
phil

February 10, 2017

Be cool, if it was a tube recording interface, attenuator, cab simulator. That way it can be used with all existing car in amps.
Or maybe a pedal, or stereo, wet/dry/wet amp like the new stereo orange amp announced at this years NAMM.

Seems like cab simulation direct out is next big thing all amp manufactures are doing.

Morse
Morse

February 10, 2017

Mmmmmm must be big? Amp?

Pete McCauley
Pete McCauley

February 10, 2017

Is this Carvin Legacy pre-amp going to allow you to plug directly into the FOH PA so I don’t have to lug around my Legacy 1 half stack anymore? ;o)
Thanks in advance for your response.

Rick Crosby
Rick Crosby

February 10, 2017

Looking forward to what Steve is up to with Carvin.

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