The Vox Virage Single cutaway is a solid wood semi-hollowbody guitar with a number of innovative features including ergonomically curved bodies, contoured both along its length and across its width. T... Read More
The Vox Virage Single cutaway is a solid wood semi-hollowbody guitar with a number of innovative features including ergonomically curved bodies, contoured both along its length and across its width. This unique curvature hugs close to the guitarist and when combined with the guitar's slightly smaller than typical body size and their arched-top profile, affords a comfortable right arm playing position unlike previous semi-hollow offerings, as well as overall unprecedented playing comfort. The result is an electric guitar that fits perfectly whether the guitarist is sitting or standing.
The guitar employs the proprietary VOX Three-90 Pickup System, which relies on two triple-coil pickups to deliver clean, crunch and lead tones, similar to having single coil, P90 and humbucking-style versatility all in one instrument. Its analog circuitry requires no batteries or active electronics, and provides hum free operation regardless of the tone selected. This pickup system was designed and built in the USA exclusively for VOX by DiMarzio. A three-way toggle makes selecting pickups quick and easy. Users can jump between clean, crunch and lead modes independently for each pickup with a quick flick of each pickup's 3-way mode switch.
The Vox Virage features Integral Tonebar construction that keeps feedback at bay and yields the warm, singing resonance of a semi-hollow guitar with the focused attack of a solidbody. A custom, hand-carved neck joint with an inverse heel offers greatly enhanced upper fret access and comfort in the highest registers.
The guitar has a specially designed VOX Full Contact aluminum bridge that provides thick, rich tone with clear harmonics. Extended saddle travel ensures perfect intonation for any gauge string. String loading from the back edge of the bridge enables quick and effortless string changes.