What musicians think about Jammy
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.
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Beautiful concept and design. I mostly use it as a midi controller for composing and it's really helpful. It's portable and battery powered, and having onboard sounds let me use it anywhere to practice scales, chords... where I don't have a real guitar. Support team is awesome too. Very fast and always hearing customers to improve playability and to add new fearures. I'm willing to see what's coming. Great!!
Jorge Sotres AvinRecommends Jammy Guitar
Wonderful gear. I’ve started working with it on my new film right after I bought it.
It is very easy to work with, very quick respond to play in daw. has many good tones to directly Plug & record.
A quick & easy control on cellphone settings so you don’t have to do all the complicate works in the daw.
I’ve just got a little loose with the 3 string but that won’t effect anything when using as a midi controller.
The support team respond very quickly & keep digging in for feedbacks. They gave me a few video reference to fix the loosen problem which I do appreciated, though I haven’t got the courage to follow due to my poor engineering ability.
Generally speaking, I’m satisfy with this gear. I believe this could work for a lot of film composers who can play guitar, get used to work with virtual instrument & midi controller.
Oh a bonus is: I can play drum with the a guitar now, which is a very unspeakable experience!
Stephen YangRecommends Jammy Guitar
I bought one for the MIDI capability- as a guitarist, the Jammy is incredibly powerful for developing ideas and finding inspiration with synths in your DAW. It just adds a really fun and exciting element to the production workflow. Also, the team behind the portable guitar is super cool, responsive and hard working! It's just a really dope company, definitely support- buying in was so worth it 😛
Isaiah Z DayRecommends Jammy Guitar
I just tried the most recent Firmware 1.6.1. and It's like a completely new instrument, as opposed to the previous FW iterations. The sensitivity settings panel has been completely rewritten and I find the the responsiveness and tracking, vastly improved. I can't say enough about the companies dedication to their product and tech support's responsiveness to the users
Charles WyattRecommends Jammy Guitar
The best way for any guitarist to interface with a DAW. Period.
Todd J. BennettRecommends Jammy Guitar
First off, great customer service! I received my Jammy, and there was a small product fix needed. The Jammy team was super responsive, and gave me great how-tos to fix it, without the need to send mine back in.
As for the product, they are constantly making improvements to the app and firmware. I use my Jammy in a mobile rig, helping me to learn guitar on the go, and it is an ideal backpack companion. It's a solid product, and look forward to the next releases.
Kris YoungRecommends Jammy Guitar
I've just received my Jammy guitar and it's AWESOME !!! I'd seen some 'mixed reviews' by a guy on YouTube, so didn't know what to expect, but I'm delighted with it. Yes, you need to set it up / adjust it for your way of playing. - but I've had to do that for EVERY new guitar I've ever played. Well done guys and gals - great job producing this guitar. Thanks.
Martyn FletcherRecommends Jammy Guitar
Jammy is perfect for MIDI control and for travel. There are some slight differences between it and a regular guitar, like the ability to change tuning on the fly, or apply digital effects without pedals. It is awesome on long plane or train rides for working on left and right hand technique.💪🤘
Chris CarterRecommends Jammy Guitar
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
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