Griffin Technology GuitarConnect Pro
Griffin Technology announces that GuitarConnect Pro is now available.
GuitarConnect Pro adds a standard ¼ inch instrument jack, with a built-in gain control, to iPad or iPhone. Users gain a digital connection from guitars and other instruments directly into GarageBand and most Core Audio apps.
Designed to work with any instrument that has a ¼ inch jack (including guitars, bass guitars, electric violins, keyboards, etc.), GuitarConnect Pro was created to turn iPad or iPhone into a performance or practice rig. A built-in gain control wheel allows the user to adjust the strength of the instrument’s input signal.
At one end, GuitarConnect Pro has a ¼ inch mono jack to fit standard instrument cables, and at the other end is a dock connecter for iPad and iPhone. You can listen with speakers or headphones from the headphone jack of the iOS device.
Pricing & Availability:
Compatible with iPad and iPhone, GuitarConnect Pro is now available for $79.99 from www.griffintechnology.com/music.
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