The Hammer Jammer is a device that fits to an acoustic or electric guitar and creates a unique sound.
I have to admit I love the look of the guitar hammer jammer and if you are looking for something different for your guitar then you might like the guitar hammer jammer too.
The guitar Hammer Jammer is a device that can be fitted to both acoustic and electric guitars. It features six little hammers that you tap with your fingers or palm. When tapped the hammers hit the strings of the guitar causing them to vibrate. However the sound created is quite different from a normal plucked string. The Hammer Jammer creates a percussive sound but it also sounds similar to a struck harmonic. In addition to the unique sound that the Hammer Jammer creates it allows you to perform multiple string trills and other unusual patterns giving you plenty of opportunities to experiment with your sound.
The Hammer Jammer is produced in the US and the manufacturer claims that the device also provides an alternative way of playing the guitar for people who have limited movement due to injury, illness or age. If this claim is true then this is a good thing but it would be interesting to see some actual proof to back this statement up.
You can order the Hammer Jammer directly through the inventor or it can also be ordered through Amazon.com. Looking at the reviews on-line it would appear that it is a bit of a marmite device either you love it or you hate it. As we have not tested it out we can’t possibly comment but it looks good and the video evidence sounds great so we are keen to give it a go.
Check out the video below to see what the device has to offer.
To find out more about the device you can check out the Hammer Jammer website.
As always we would be interested to hear your thoughts on this interesting new guitar device.
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