Super portable digital guitar. A MIDI controller with real steel strings and authentic tone. Super portable digital guitar with real steel strings.
You love your electric or acoustic guitar. You hate the hassle of carrying it around while traveling. Jammy is just the thing for you. It fits into your backpack and complies with airline carry-on regulations. So wherever you’re in the mood to jam, just get it out, lock and roll!
Feel the real steel strings under your fingers. Feel no latency. With Jammy's built-in audio processor, you need no smartphone or tablet to generate sound on. Plug into an amp or just stick your earphones in, and play without any lags.
Switch among different acoustic and electric guitars and onboard effects pedals' configurations. Use metronome. Change guitar tuning. Learn to improvise along to backing tracks in different genres with the Jammy mobile app.
An innovative musical instrument that bears the traits of iconic guitars of the past into the future.
The prototype of Jammy I saw at CE Week was functional and impressive, delivering on the claims of its campaign.
In case you’re wondering, I couldn’t detect any latency playing the two guitar chords I know. Still, as far as I can tell, there isn’t anything else quite like it on the market.
The Jammy offers a real guitar feel from steel strings, with tension that can be adjusted to suit personal preferences.
The Jammy is the most autonomous in its class
Ever wanted a guitar that can fit snugly into your backpack? Well, a new guitar called the Jammy might be just what you've been looking for.
The Jammy is a travel guitar, but it’s also a gadget. The 17-inch-long guitar splits into two parts, uses real guitar strings, and has 15 frets, which is enough for most practice, and more than you’ll ever need for campfire strumming.