The Jammy is a steel fibre guitar that fits in a pocket

As a fan of electronic guitars – as against to plain aged electrics – a Jammy seems like a really engaging square of kit. Designed to be played like a unchanging guitar, we tatter on a tip partial of a neck and strum a strings on a bottom half. Because it has usually 5 frets we change a octave by pulling a neck out from 0 to a full length of 12 inches.

Design residence RnD64 combined a Jammy and will be shipping it after this year. There’s no pricing and a website facilities a deceptive guarantee of a special cost of we leave your email residence that suggests this is a bit of a fishing speed – that expandable neck is substantially a bear to engineer. That pronounced I’m a fool for furious song ideas and this fits a bit.

“Direct audio outlay allows we to tide song true into your earphones or amp, no smartphone or inscription needed,” wrote a creator Dmitry Shemet. “You can play in a stand-alone mode or jam along a practical subsidy rope – Jammy’s onboard presets yield we with a garland of singular guitar sounds — from exemplary nylon strings to heavily twisted steel tones.”

Like so many pieces of intensity vaporware let’s wish all of a weirdness gets knocked out of this product when and if it ships. Until then, we who are about to stone on normal guitars salute you.

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