Dave from GuitarZero2Hero is passionate about helping others reach their potential on the guitar through step-by-step annotated guitar lessons.
Check out his review and demo video to see how the jamstik+ can benefit beginners, advanced players, transcribers and songwriters alike!
MIDI DEMO | SONGWRITERS & PRODUCERS
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Dave runs the jamstik+ smart guitar through Apple Logic Pro X and shows you how easy it is to use the jamstik as a portable guitar midi controller. Watch him rebuild the tune "Kids" by MGMT using only the jamstik+.
INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED GUITARISTS
The jamstik+ is awesome for the more experienced players who want to practice their chops on the go. The jamstik+ is fitted with wound steel strings that feel like a real guitar. More advanced players may choose to add a guitar VST, like Ample Sound, and amp it up with realistic guitar sounds using software such as Amplitube.
GENERAL GUITARISTS & SINGERS
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At the end, shows you how the jamstik+ sounds on it's own as a accompanying instrument for singers or for just noodling around of guitar riffs. Check out his renditions of Hallelujah and Metallica!
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