What's Next For Guitar | Studio MIDI Guitar

What's Next For Guitar | Studio MIDI Guitar

January 16, 2020 3 Comments

NAMM Show 2020: Jamstik Launches Flagship Studio MIDI Guitar

Limited Pre-Order Available at Discounted Pricing


NAMM Show, ANAHEIMJamstik, leaders in MIDI guitar controller innovation, today announced a limited pre-order for its entry into the full-size guitar market with the new flagship Studio MIDI Guitar. Built in partnership with ALP Guitars, this dynamic guitar is powered by Jamstik's state of the art signal processing technology.

The Studio MIDI Guitar is a headless, 24 fret guitar with hybrid digital and analog capabilities, markedly more advanced than its Jamstik smart guitar predecessors. On top of its groundbreaking performance versatility, the Studio's compact size makes it a great fit for maneuvering around the studio and aims to level the production and songwriting playing field for guitarists everywhere.

"The Studio MIDI Guitar represents the culmination of a 10-year arc of research and development, product design, and strong partnership building," said Matt Cannon, Chief Growth Officer at Jamstik, "We're truly proud of the value we've brought to the table with this new tool for guitarists, producers and tech enthusiasts alike."

Specs:

  • Size: 24 Frets, Compact 3/4 Body Size, Weight: 5.5lbs, Length: 32.5''

  • Scale Length: 25.5"

  • MIDI Pickup: Hex Pickup MIDI Connectivity

  • USB C: for MIDI Out & Charging

  • 3.5mm TRS: MIDI Out option

  • Bluetooth Wireless: BLE-MIDI In/Out

Analog Features:

  • Standard 1/4" out

  • 2 Humbucker Pickups: With 3-Way Switch & Coil Tap for single coil use

  • Patented Tuning System: Bridge-located tuners and headless design

DAW Integration: Works out of the box with all MIDI-capable DAWs and plugins. Jamstik will also support the Studio MIDI Guitar with a custom-built VST tailored to the nuances of guitar playing and six string input. The Jamstik VST will include an expandable library of curated sounds for the Studio guitar and offer limited backwards compatibility with previous Jamstik models.


3 Responses

Pierre
Pierre

April 28, 2020

Hello

Super site

Gord
Gord

April 07, 2020

This is my second attempt as asking this question – I have a Jamstik – it’s the only digital guitar that doesn’t require impeccable technique in order to avoid unwanted triggering when playing. I am very interested the Studio model but before I buy in I need to ensure this “feature” is the same on the studio model. Please respond this time, thank you

Brad Lazer
Brad Lazer

April 07, 2020

I think this midi guitar is really cool, and I’ve been waiting for the right one to come out, but am a seven string player and unfortunately there isn’t a midi option for me, as far as I know.
I can’t be the only one who I waiting either. In the future will you provide a seven string option?

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