Jammy Guitar

Portable steel string digital guitar made to play anywhere

#3 Product of the DaySeptember 07, 2017

Jammy is a super-portable guitar with the real steel strings and a direct 1/8" audio output. No need for any additional apps or gear — you can play Jammy with regular earphones or an amp. NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDERS ON INDIEGOGO!

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Reviews

  • Andriy SlynchukCommunity Manager @ Jammy Guitar
    Pros: 

    Unique construction

    Cons: 

    Same as pros

    I see the great possibility of using this gadget as a MIDI-controller for musicians with guitar-only background that want to switch to making synthesized music

  • Pros: 

    It looks cool, it's portable, hell, you could bring it to school and just jam out. Its such a good idea for guitar lovers everywhere

    Cons: 

    I'm not to sure if you could do bends, or go all the way up to 24 frets. I also don't know about different tunings, changing out the strings

    Since this hasn't been released yet, I don't know how Jammy will work, but these are my opinions before the launch. (I'm also waiting on the price range!)

Discussion

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Dmitry Shemet
Maker
@dmitry_shemet · CEO, RnD64
Hey Hunters! The hunting season for the ultimate portable MIDI guitar is on. Here are a few reasons why Jammy is the coolest digital guitar ever: - Jammy has an expanding neck that allows for super-compact size (only 12.6 inches) without sacrificing the real guitar’s acoustic range, and the steel strings that give you the real guitar feeling. - Slide Jammy’s left side along the axis to change the pitch like you’re moving your fingers up and down the neck of your ordinary guitar -- this gives you access to an extended guitar fretboard. - Direct audio output allows you to stream music straight into your earphones or amp, no smartphone or tablet needed. - You can play in a stand-alone mode or jam along a virtual backing band - Jammy’s onboard presets provide you with the bunch of unique guitar sounds -- from classical nylon strings to heavily distorted metal tones. Feel free to share your feedback! I’m here to answer any of your questions.
Ahmad Awais@mrahmadawais · Full Stack Dev— WordPress Core Developer
@dmitry_shemet Looks pretty interesting!
Slava Baranskyi@sbaranskyi · @Petcube marketing head
@dmitry_shemet well done launch, @dmitry ;) Glad you made great choice among everything. Good luck!
Dmitry Shemet
Maker
@dmitry_shemet · CEO, RnD64
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Pavlo Pedenko@graver_ua · Product Manager @ Setapp.com.
As I said before, I'll be the first to get this thing once it is available on the market.
Oleg Domansky
Maker
@oleg_domansky · VP of Product @ playjammy.com
@graver_ua thanks, man! Will reserve a special Product School edition model for you (hint - it will be on fire)
Pavel Pavlenko@pavel_pavlenko · CPO at HelpCrunch
I'll be the second one after @graver_ua, definitely. Would be nice to play with it and top off my guitars collection.
Oleg Domansky
Maker
@oleg_domansky · VP of Product @ playjammy.com
@pavel_pavlenko, thanks so much! Same here - you'll have it reserved!
Pavel Pavlenko@pavel_pavlenko · CPO at HelpCrunch
@oleg_domansky That is awesome, you made my day!
Leandro Thomas@leandrobthomas · Co-founder, UNUBO
Looks really cool and nicely constructed!
Alex Morokko
Maker
@alex_morokko · head of industrial design, RnD64
@leandrobthomas Thanks a lot!