Jammy Portable Guitar

If you're a total novice or an experienced vet without space to riff, the Jammy Portable Guitar looks like a great option. It's a guitar without a body, equipped with steel strings and a full-scale telescopic neck. Beginners can use the LED-equipped frets and practice discreetly using direct audio output that can be sent straight to your headphones. If you're past the lessons stage of your journey, you can send the output to an amp and take Jammy places your 6 or 12-string guitar could never go as it's less than 20 inches fully extended.

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