Set of Strings
with MIDI frame
on the hardware
1. Jammy G (also known as Jammy Guitar)
2. Detachable frame
3. Guitar strap
4. USB-C cable
5. Soft case
6. User manual and guitar picks
7. Strap buttons, screwdriver, and hex key
What musicians think about Jammy G
The Jammy is such an intuitive instrument for guitarists and bassists who want to program keyboard parts without learning keyboard.
I use it all the time to input arpeggios and parts that would take me forever with a mouse, it’s also so easy to pack I can take it on the road with my laptop and keep working wherever we end up.
Jammy at first was kind of replacing some of the guitar stuff that I was doing, but increasingly it became a thing of its own. As a MIDI controller, it opens up a lot of possibilities.
I use it to play a lot of melodic lines in Ableton Live with the Middle Eastern instruments like oud and duduk. I also use it to play synths.
I’ve tried multiple guitar-to-MIDI converters and found them unusable because of the latency — it takes at least one full period of the fundamental frequency oscillation to recognize the pitch.
Jammy doesn’t have the latency issue — it knows the note you want to play before you even pick it.
15 frets with sensors to track finger positions, string muting, and bending levels
Built-in processor to
produce analog or MIDI output
USB Type-C port
1/4" & 1/8" audio outputs
Touch sensors allowing to track palm muting
Push knob to adjust the volume and switch among guitar
up to 6 hours of play on 2 internal batteries
Detachable frame with components that can be packed compactly one into another for more portability
Inside the Jammy Guitar