Yeah, it’s May and we actually got an update -- and that’s enough punning around, for what I’m going to tell you is not a laughing matter.
We’ve made a big progress since the last time I addressed you here about a month ago. First off, we’ve finalized the new mechanical design with our OEM (original equipment manufacturer) -- this means we’ll soon be ready for the final tests and will start building up the tooling right after that.
We’ve already got all the components for the new redesigned Jammy delivered to our office and the work on assembling them into one fine piece of guitar is underway.
For now, here’s the soul of Jammy -- a set of printed circuit boards that will allow your digital guitar to sing.
Looks hot, ain’t it? But wait until we put a glossy body on it! Yeah, we’re going to show you a fully functioning prototype in no time at all! (Well, a week or two of soldering, brazing and welding will fly by -- at least for us here.)
Moreover, you’ll have a chance to see the new Jammy in person soon, too! We plan on bringing prototypes to Summer NAMM show -- "the world’s largest trade-only event for the music products industry" which will take place on June 28-30 in Nashville, TN.
So if you want to get the coolest memorabilia the NAMM show has ever seen and be the first to strum our future legendary guitar -- we’ll be happy to meet you at the booth #1221! Shoot me a letter at firstname.lastname@example.org before June 10 and I’ll organize a free guest pass for you (backers only!)
As you can see, things run their course, we’re well into spring, the Jammy’s blooming -- let’s wait till August when it’s time to reap the fruits!
P.S. If you’re a journo in pursuit of a scoop, come meet us at the ShowStoppers event on June 20-21 in New York to chit-chat and snap some exclusive pics of the new Jammy.
and blues afficionado
Super Portable Digital Guitar. Just take it out of your backpack, plug your earphones in and play—no additional equipment needed.