So we’re back from CES 2018. Seen lots of robots, drones, smart-everything (including diapers), and tones of 8K, 16K, 32K, you-name-it-K TVs (can’t wait to watch the new Black Mirror episodes in a resolution that high!) The startupers’ pavilion inhabitants multiplied fourfold comparing to the last year -- so the Tech keeps on growing (in quantity of the innovations, for sure.)
Apart from tripping on the technological advances the mankind has made in the year 2017, we had a pretty fruitful business trip. Although didn’t have a booth and strolled thru CES as the usual attendees, we had a chance to share the experience and inspiration with some fellow innovators -- the guitar makers from Populele, among others...
… and also had a productive session with our manufacturing partners from China -- the mechanical design alignment process continues, more news coming soon!
The icing on the cake is that we’ve spent some quality time with our backers (Nader, Gary, thank you guys!), discussing the usability challenges our current prototype may pose to different kinds of players and the ways we can improve Jammy in the next iteration.
We’ve shot a short survey dealing with those questions to all our backers so everybody has their say in the further improvements of our compact digital guitar.
We're also going to NAMM Show at Anaheim, CA next week (25-28th of Jan) to continue our validation. If you can meet us there to try current Jammy prototype yourself -- please let me know.
Now, that’s all for today. Keep on rockin’ and stay tuned for more news to come!
VP of Product
@ Jammy Guitar
P.S. That's Elvis holding Jammy -- I just couldn't resist putting our guitar into the King's hand.
Super Portable Digital Guitar. Just take it out of your backpack, plug your earphones in and play—no additional equipment needed.