Portable steel string digital guitar made to play anywhere
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!
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
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 everywhereCons:
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!)
Always with you to squeeze practice hours in the busiest scheduleCons:
May require adjustment since it's a digital guitar
Lets you play anywhere without compromising the guitar sound range
It's handy, it allows sound streaming directly to your headphones - you can practice anywhere without disturbing others.Cons:
I should consult with the airport staff to find out if it will be allowed to take Jammy on a plane)
I may be biased, but I LOVE that Jammy is a) smart b) portable. It's also the design. It's just awesome.Cons:
It is compact and allows sound streaming directly to your headphones, so you can take it to the office. Hence, zero productivity at work :)
It's smart, sleek, handy to use.
Portablity & funCons:
Allows you to be a musician everywehere
Very small and this is really cool. The concept is just awesome!Cons:
Not sure if I can shift the chords precisely with the slider construction. Though it's a minor con as we humans can adapt ourselves :)
Guys, please let me know when this stuff is available!
Think it will be my first guitar
Direct output to earphonesCons:
Would love to see more colors to choose from, like green, for example
Great addition to my guitar collection
very portable, looks great, love the actionCons:
could be seen as gimmicky,
great potential, will rely on getting influencer strategy right, perhaps some serious guitarists endorsing it might help a credible launch
Just amazing realization of idea! Smart & trendy design.Cons:
Must have mobile App with tutorial and different kinds of available simulated instruments, Ukulele at least :)
Definitely, would love to have it at home!
Want playing to be as natural and similar to a normal guitar as possible. Looks cool!