Compatible with dozens of pre-existing free and paid apps, the MI-10 distinguishes itself from its peers with competitive pricing and a ¼” standard output jack which players can use to connect directly to an amplifier,

Redlands, CA (October 10, 2012) – Traveler Guitar makes a bold leap into the Mobile Guitar Accessory market with the MI-10 Mobile Interface. Known for making innovative, full-scale travel guitars, Traveler Guitar is now expanding their line of portable guitar solutions beyond the instrument itself.

Designed to work with any electric or acoustic-electric guitar, the MI-10 allows players to transform their mobile device (iPhone, iPad, even some Android applications) into a virtual, musical Swiss Army knife. The MI-10 allows users to turn their smartphone or tablet into a metronome, tuner, virtual stomp box or even a mobile recording studio.

Compatible with dozens of pre-existing free and paid apps, the MI-10 distinguishes itself from its peers with competitive pricing and a ¼” standard output jack which players can use to connect directly to an amplifier, mixing board or other device. This pocket-sized instrument interface allows players to plug their guitar or bass directly into a smartphone or tablet – and from there, the possibilities are endless.

In business since 1992, Redlands, California-based Traveler Guitar has been the innovator in the design and marketing of electric and acoustic-electric travel guitars. The MI-10 Mobile Interface completes the package for the musician that likes to Get Around.

For more information:
www.travelerguitar.com

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