The fold out dock connector and device lock at each end of the iPhone/iPod Touch bay
The Fingerist has a built-in speaker with a maximum output of 3W and a line-out socket to allow players to plug into a bigger amplifier
The device is powered by three AA-size batteries which are said to be good for around six hours of continuous use
The Fingerist is said to offer a more realistic guitar experience when playing on guitar apps from Apple
The volume control next to the 3W speaker
The Fingerist music adapter from EVENNO allows iPhone and iPod Touch music app guitarists to really get to grips with the digital instrument
There are a huge number of apps available for the iPhone and iPod Touch which make the most of the sensitive touchscreen display to mimic the playing of various musical instruments. Useful for learning, rehearsing and for just showing off to your mates, such things all suffer from the same problem - an awkward user experience. The Fingerist from EVENNO could change all that by allowing players to place an Apple smartphone or media player into the cradle of its guitar-shaped body, strap it around their neck, and then blast out some power chords using the built-in speaker.
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