Worlds of Wonder, founded by ex-Atari employees, released the Jaminator back in 1990, and despite two decades of new technology, it is still the most interesting electronic non-instrument ever devised. Similar to the Tyco Hot Lixx of 1987, the Jaminator electronic guitar plays multiple combinations of wild and crazy riffs depending on the buttons pressed on the neck and body. However, it's more like a Hot Lixx on steroids, with tons more note combinations and opportunities for creativity. The Jaminator is absolutely addicting; you will spend hours perfecting your technique, and that's before you even get to the pre-programmed songs you can Jaminate to! It runs on six "C" batteries or optional AC adapter. There is a 1/8 inch headphone output jack, as well as a weird phone jack for some peripheral device or keyboard. The Jaminator has a nice size and weight, with a real working whammy bar. It accepts standard guitar straps and feels strangely like a professional musical instrument when you have it strung around your neck. This Jaminator was used and is missing the battery cover. If you plan to use batteries, you will need to tape them down because they don't stay in place very well. Otherwise, it is in excellent condtion, very clean with no serious cosmetic flaws. All functions are tested and working perfectly. The Jaminator measures 34 inches in length.
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