WILMINGTON, Delaware, September 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —
What makes the Jammy guitar unique, is its detachable 15-fret neck that allows for the best playability-to-portability ratio. At only 17″ (45 cm) long when disassembled, Jammy fits into a backpack and complies with the airlines carry-on regulations.
Jammy is a gadget made to impress – it combines cutting-edge technology with the cool nostalgic look. The Jammy digital guitar is equipped with the adjustable tension interchangeable steel strings. It emulates different guitar techniques like bending, hmmer-ons, pull-offs, slides, etc. Jammy’s 1/8″ and a 1/4″ jacks allow to use it with earphones or an amp. The audio signal is generated and processed entirely on board – a bunch of guitar tones and FX presets are available for the user with Jammy only, no smartphone or tablet needed.
Jammy can be used as a sampler or a MIDI controller via USB-C or a Bluetooth connection. It’s compatible with GarageBand, Ableton Live, FL Studio, Cakewalk, and other DAWs. Jammy’s Auto-Recording feature caches everything the user plays on a special built-in memory unit and allows to retrieve the user’s sessions in a 48-hour period – so not a single note will be lost.
Although totally autonomous, Jammy can be also used with a free companion app that allows users to use the metronome, switch the guitar type, change the tuning, adjust the FX parameters and configure the FX chain to achieve the desired sound. It also offers a bunch of backing tracks in different genres to jam along to.
The company plans on shipping the first batch of the guitars by the end of 2018 at the estimated prices of $349 (guitar, str?p, soft case, USB-C cable) and $399 (guitar, strap, soft case, USB-C cable + detachable frame). The Jammy guitars are available for pre-orders at playjammy.com.
Jammy will be presented to the Chinese public for the first time at Music China on October 10-13 and is going to be available for the test-play at the booth #W3G29.
To sign up for a demo, please contact [email protected]
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Olga Grytsenko, PR Manager
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