JamStack, The First Attachable Guitar Amplifier

The JamStack is the world’s first attachable guitar amplifier. It weighs about 900 grams and is a bluetooth amplifying device that connects directly to the guitar. The enhancer is powered by attaching it to the smartphone. In 2017, Christ Pendergast, the CEO and founder of JamStack, launched the product to the crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter. The Company raised more than 325 percent of its Kickstarter campaign goal. With the third-party app, you are able to dial in the amplifier and pedal tones that will play through the speaker box. 

Nathan De Peralta, host of the Rak and Review show, demonstrates the mobility and the easy set-up of the JamStack amplifier. It gives electric guitars adequate acoustic-level portability. Aside from being handy, it is also user-friendly. The product includes a high-quality stereo Bluetooth speaker, a Quickstart guide and accessories to connect to the mobile phone.

“Sound quality is impeccable and it has 8 hours of battery life from a single charge. This is very convenient to carry anywhere,” Nathan says. He advises downloading the Tonebridge app for the amplifier. The app is an Ultimate Guitar app that makes a guitar sound like any 1,000+ iconic songs or tones in the database. 

The JamStack amplifier is available at the Long & McQuade stores. Check out their website and stay tuned for more musical instrument reviews with Nathan. Rak and Review airs Thursdays at 6 PM.

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