The Jammy is designed to meet the needs of everyone. And those who are with a musical instrument for you, and professional guitarists, and lovers of experimenting with new gadgets. The guitar has typical metal strings, but its body consists of two sliding halves, which greatly expands the possibilities of using the device.
When folded, the length of the Jammy is 320 mm, and when extended, it is 498 mm. Two sets of strings are attached to each of the halves and you can play any of them in the usual way. There is also a typical LED backlighting system for teaching beginners the basics of mastery. But the highlight of the novelty is in its non-standard use.
Jamming Mode: Play as part of a virtual cheerleader in a free music genre, performing anything with a mini orchestra. Song mode: You are the lead guitarist, playing the lead part, and you are assisted by invisible musicians. The guitar software is smart enough to independently correct sound errors when playing classic, pre-recorded hits from different eras.
The transforming electric guitar has support for smartphones for detailed control and tuning, the sound can be output to headphones or an amplifier to take part in a real concert. The bottleneck is the cost of the product, about which nothing is really known yet. The situation will likely clear up no earlier than Q4 2017, when Jammy goes on sale.