Those are the two words that the guitarist most likely says when he stands at your door. I hate to disappoint you, but I haven’t brought any snacks. Thus, my first words would be like, “Good news everyone!”
Each and every day, our engineering team pushes Jammy forward on its way to become the fanciest and the portablest (I know there’s no such word) item in your guitar collection. Recently, we’ve got a delivery from our manufacturing partners--it’s bright yellow and frickin’ hot! So, without further ado, behold the fresh Jammy sample:
There are also some groovy accessories to accompany your Jammy. We call those things ‘pickguards’, but their actual use case differs from your standard guitar’s scratchplate.
Our pickguards may be attached to Jammy’s right end so that you could rest the edge of your hand on them--that makes playing more comfortable (also makes Jammy look 150% cooler, but that’s kinda obvious).
The pickguards come in different colors and materials. On the photo below, there are two plastic and one super exclusive deluxe wooden samples.
We’re also planning on making a vintage supercar’s dashboard-inspired pickguard from the polished aluminum--how cool is that, huh?
It’s quite astonishing, but I’ve saved the sweetest news for later. (Take a deep breath before I go on). Our team was picked to participate in TechCrunch Disrupt on September 18-20 in San Francisco. Only three teams (among hundreds!) per pavilion have been given a chance to present their product free of charge--and we happen to be among them! Come visit us at ‘Media’ Pavilion to see Jammy with your own eyes (and hear with your own ears, which is also very important).
To sum it up, we’ve got o̶u̶r̶ ̶m̶o̶j̶o̶ ̶w̶o̶r̶k̶i̶n̶g̶ the most portable yet most fully functioning digital guitar almost ready to launch into the great wide open and plan to open preorders later this year. We’ve got a supercool app (which I will tell you about later in this blog) and a working sample, that we hope to disrupt TC Disrupt with. Although we’ve saved a couple thousand bucks on TechCrunch exhibitor fee, we still might need some help to start the mass production. That’s why we ponder over launching our crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo early this Autumn.
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