Jammy ditches the slide, aims for snap-on portability

Last year, startup RnD64 launched a portable digital guitar called the Jammy that slid out from 12.6 inches long during transit to nearly 20 inches for play. It was certainly an odd-looking strum machine, but had real strings and stretched out to normal guitar length. Now the Delaware team has totally redesigned the travel-friendly instrument, which has just gone up for pre-order…
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