Jammy is meant for people who simply can’t go anywhere without their guitar. But those types of dedicated enthusiasts are unlikely to find much to like here. Meanwhile, the $500 asking price is too high for the casual strummer whose money would be better spent on a budget guitar from Fender or Epiphone. While the concept of a digital guitar that you can take apart to stick in a carry-on is intriguing, the technology isn’t there yet.
- Under three pounds
- Easily fits in a carry-on
- Extremely low latency
- Note tracking is somewhat unreliable
- Bends and slides are basically unusable
- Plastic fretboard and body feel like a toy
- Built-in sounds are underwhelming
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- User Reviews (1)
- 80AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsIlya80August 7, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I'm a complete noob in playing the guitar. Jammy is my first guitar. In general, I am pleased with the purchase. It is easy to use, it does not need to tune and it has great potential.Я полный нуб в игре на гитаре. Jammy - моя первая гитара. В целом, я доволен приобретением. Она проста в использовании, её не надо настраивать и в ней заложен большой потенциал.
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