Jammy guitar

Jammy guitar
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Engadget Review

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.

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Jammy’s digital guitar is a futuristic idea let down by today's tech
The dream of an all-in-one electric guitar experience that fits in a carryon is still just that, a dream.
Terrence O'Brien
Terrence O'BrienJuly 27, 2019

Pros

  • Under three pounds
  • Easily fits in a carry-on
  • Extremely low latency

Cons

  • 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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