How it Works
GUITAR-JO mounts onto a flat-body electric guitar. Six individual dampeners are lowered so that they gently touch the strings. That contact gives your guitar a banjo twang, take a listen:
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How does it work?
There are 6 dampening pads. Each dampening pad can be adjusted to make a small amount of contact with each string. When the fabric comes into contact with the string, it alters the timbre to give it a twangy banjo sound.
Check out our how-to video to learn more.
Does it work on acoustic guitars?
It is not designed for acoustics, however, we have tested it on an acoustic before and it gives it more of a sitar-like sound.
Does it attach to curved bodies?
Not at the moment. It’s designed for guitars with a flat body surface. We may come out with an accessory that would be a replacement part for the mounting base which would accommodate more common curved bodied guitars, such as a Les Paul.
Where is it made?
It's made and assembled in the U.S.
Can you turn it on and off quickly?
Without taking the device off, you can loosen the side screw just enough so that the main body can rotate but will stay in place when you take your hand off. Then, just rotate the main body out of the way and back into place with ease.
How does it mount to the guitar?
On the bottom of the mounting base is microsuction material. This material has thousands of microscopic air pockets that create partial vacuums between the tape and the surface. The great thing about it is that it has a strong hold without leaving any kind of sticky residue.
Is the microsuction material reusable?
Yes. If dust collects over time, you can wash it, let it dry for a while, then it will be good as new again.
Does it work on left-handed guitars?