Jack Wireless Guitar Cable

Jan 5, 2015

Category: Tech

Guitar players, you’re about to know Jack, and your jam sessions may never be the same. The Jack: Wireless Guitar Cable streams your strums via Wi-Fi, so every chord you connect on is captured in 24-bit, uncompressed studio quality audio to your device. No cables to deal with, no finicky hardware to fuss with, and the rechargeable battery means no hunting for outlets.

All you do is plug Jack into your guitar, amp or pedal and that’s it, you’re ready to rock. Once Jack is connected to your PC, tablet or phone, you can then access a host of editing and recording software programs and smooth out that rough patch or two. And it should be noted that Jack isn’t just for guitars, as it’s compatible with all 1/4 inch sockets. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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