No, special pick detectors are used to tell if a string has been picked. The intensity of how hard the string was picked is sent as a digital code. The jamstik is designed to be quiet when used, so the strings do not die down gradually in volume, but instead, stop vibrating right away. A timer is used to keep the note active. This note-on time can be shorted by using the “mute” switch that is located on the bottom of the jamstik.
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- Setting up alternate tunings for the original Jamstik (WIFI)
- How to Configure Hammer-On Mode for Jamstik on iPhone or iPad (Wifi)
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- Jamstik WiFi (1st Generation) — Updating Firmware via iOS and Mac
- Step 4. Connecting to Your Mac via Wifi or Usb (Wifi)
- Step 3. Connecting to Your iPhone or iPad (Wifi)
- Step 2. Download Jamstik Apps and Software (Wifi)
- Step 1. Things to Know and Product Registration (Wifi)