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Griffin Technology GuitarConnect Cable for iPhone, iPod, and iPad
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- Heavy-duty 1/4 mono plug connects to your guitar, bass, or keyboard
- 1/8 (3.5 mm) jack allows you to connect through headphones, amp, or powered speakers
- 6' total cable length
- Designed and built in conjunction with Frontier Design Group, developers of iShred LIVE, iShred, Guitar, and other apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
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- Size (LWH): 5 inches, 1.18 inches, 7.09 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
Top Customer Reviews
One think I LOVE about this over other solutions is the placement of the headphone jack. It seems all others (Amplink included) are placed on the link, at the iDevice, meaning that unless your headphone cable is REALLY long, it flaps on the top of the guitar, across the strings or body. With Guitarconnect it plugs in at the guitar end, so it fits nicely behind the guitar, out of the way, and without a lot of cable.
I also love that it doesn't require a battery.
It's a single cable so It fits easily in a gigbag, backpack, or evan your pocket, so all you need is your idevice and guitar.
The only downside I found is that it isn't as "hot" as the amplink. I would think that's obvious, as there has to be a reason the amplink solution has a battery which must be to amplify the signal before it gets to the idevice. I won't say that cranking the guitar and app you are using won't allow you to get the same volume and tones, they just aren't as HOT at the same settings.
Soooo.... I am absolutely going to keep it and keep it with my gig bag at all times, but I may also keep my amplink for use at home with my studio headphones for when travel isn't required.
I hope this helps.
I saw this cable on clearance at Target and figured I'd give it a shot. It's actually a lot better than the AmpliTube in sound quality and a whole lot less complicated. It works great with my iPhone 4.
Overall, very pleased.
Now, I don't know if the phone's headphone/mic jack is out of spec, or if this cable is. But it doesn't really matter to me, the cable is useless in any case.
Griffin support offered to mail me a new cable if cut the old one up and sent them a picture. (I'm not making that up.) I have no reason to think another cable off the same line will work, so i'm just going to return it.
A real disappointment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The seller does not properly describe what generation of Apple devices this cord is compatible with. If you have the newest iPhone or iPad this product will not work with the cord.Published 29 days ago by Cory Northern
I had an electric guitar and wanted to learn how to play, but didn't want to spend an outrageous amount on an amp as even the cheapest amps are at least 40 and sound okay. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rajan
Works fine. So far so good. But then again I'm not on tour either so it's fine for me.Published 3 months ago by Greg Nicholson
I mean, it works! Pretty basic! But if you don't wanna spend money on an amp its perfect!Published 4 months ago by Sarah
This product is a piece of garbage. It's literally unusable.Published 4 months ago by Martin Francis hitch
Does what it says it does. Read the description. Shipping was on time.Published 6 months ago by Caffiend