JamStik MIDI Guitar for iPad

Feb 26, 2014

Category: Tech

You’ve mastered Guitar Hero, worked Rocksmith to the bone, and now you need a new guitar fix—just, maybe not a real one yet. The JamStik is ready for you. But despite the playful name, this isn’t a toy, so put down the Cheetos, grab your iPad, and prepare to lay down the funk.

This 15” long MIDI instrument features real guitar strings and works wirelessly over Wi-Fi. The company behind the JamStik, Zivix, says there’s no tuning required, and the low latency means instant responsiveness with the strings—very important. There’s a rechargeable battery so you can whip out your Stik for those campfire sing-a-longs, and it has full MIDI support for those home studio sessions. Plus, the bundled JamTutor system promises to teach you things Activision never could. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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