Did you know April is Stress Awareness Month? So, no worries -- we’ve only got good news for you in this update. Just sit back, chillax and read ‘em!
First things first, we’ve got the last iteration of the printed circuit boards (PCBs) for the Jammy’s left part (that’s where the fretboard is) ready -- the pilot batch of them has just been manufactured and is now being tested at our main office.
Concurrently, we’re finalizing the production technology of the Jammy’s fret bars with our OEM (original equipment manufacturer) in China. Those lil’ puppies may appear the least important part of our guitar, but the truth is opposite. The Jammy’s fret bars help pinpoint when and where the string is being pressed against the fretboard. Being connected to the underlying PCB, they have 16 electrical pins each, which allows for more precise bending emulation. This innovative concept is our proprietary design -- nothing like this has ever been used in the guitars before
Now, probably the most interesting part. As you know, the Jammy -- though totally portable and autonomous -- is accompanied by a cool mobile application. Among other sexy features this app boasts, there is a Jamming mode that shows you a bunch of notes you can use to jam along the backing track.
What you say we give you the Jammy app for a test drive with your regular guitar prior to the official release? If you’re our backer who’s willing to be our tester and you also happen to have an Android phone or tablet (the iOS-compatible version is underway) -- shoot me an email (email@example.com) so I could put you up on the list. Join the party now! Let’s get it rolling!
VP of Product
@ Jammy Guitar
Super Portable Digital Guitar. Just take it out of your backpack, plug your earphones in and play—no additional equipment needed.