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Fusion Guitar is a new iPhone/iPad integrated electric guitar

Fusion Guitar is a new iPhone/iPod-integrated, portable, wireless electric guitar with built-in amp, battery and speakers. It’s available at a special holiday price of $899 through Dec. 24 with promo code:  ROCK-N-ROLL-SANTA-FG.

Designed by guitarists for guitarists, the Fusion Guitar is a great portable addition to the experienced player’s collection, with the ability to practice and play on the go, around the campfire, impromptu creative sessions, on the streets or at the next big show, says Dave McAuld, Fusion Guitar founder and designer. It’s also the perfect guitar appealing to the learner who wants to quickly and easily take their playing to the next level with access to YouTube tutorials, interactive learning apps and sound effects from favorite artists and classic guitars, he adds.

Fusion Guitar eliminates the need for multiple hardware devices: amplifier, speakers, foot pedals, power supply, multiple cables, a computer and computer-guitar interface. It’s compatible with a range of guitar digital effect and recording apps like JamUp or AmpliTube. Fusion Guitar supports the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus, iPhone 5 and 5s, iPod touch (5th and 6th generations). 

It sports two built-in Tymphany Peerless full range speakers coupled with a high frequency tweeter enclosed in a proprietary, patent-pending floating speaker housing. It’s driven by a 20-Watt Class-D amplifier. 

The Fusion Guitar’s rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides six hours of play on three hours of charge time. It has two interchangeable high output Humbucker pickups with coil split capability on bridge pickup, providing a total of 15.6K ohms. 

The Fusion Guitar measures 33 x 11.4 x 3.2 inches. It comes with a custom designed padded gig bag, interchangeable device docks, a leather strap, a DC power pack and a set of extra strings.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.