Turn your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch into an effects pedal, guitar tuner, tutor, recording studio and more. The Griffin Guitar Connect Cable plugs your Apple Gadget into any electric guitar and sends the audio output to either your headphones or an amp.
Hook up your guitar to your iPhone/iPod/iPad
Download an App like iShred
Plug in and play!
Use any number of downloadable Apps (like iShred) to add all sorts of distortions and effects to your strumming. And forget having to lug an amp around with you. Just plug in your headphones and you can practice anywhere you like – perfect for playing late at night or impromptu performances in the park.
iPad/ iPhone/ iPod Touch not included
Heavy-duty 1/4" mono plug connects to your guitar, bass, or keyboard
1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo plug connects you to the headphone jack of your iPad, iPhone or ipod touch
1/8" (3.5 mm) jack allows you to plug in your headphones, amp, or powered speakers
Designed and built in cooperation with Frontier Design Group, developers of iShred LIVE, iShred, Guitar, and other apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
This item is amazing if you're, lets say at school or in college, and they don't have decent amplifiers. You only need to take out your iPod, iPhone or iPad and connect it to your guitar using the cable and wallah! a brilliant amplifier at your disposal. Iwan Grenet, Clydfan, Ael Y Garth, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1HA, Wales - 9th November 2012
Firebox says: Hey Iwan! Thank you, brilliant to hear. Hope you're creating some public noise.
Ordered this last week, arrived very quickly. I must say that the cable is of a very high quality. The ishred app is terrible, although it works with many better alternatives. Do bear in mind that no matter which app you use, you will need to buy effects pedals/amps/mics etc in the app, often costing £3-6 for each pedal, or a group pack costing £10-20, so bear that in mind when ordering. Adam, United Kingdom - 17th July 2012
Can this be used with a microphone to record vocals? Mikey, Kent - 5th December 2011
Firebox says: Hi Mikey, yes it does work with a mic - but it will require a different connecting adapter that unfortunately we don't sell.
Will this be suitable for a bass guitar? N, London - 12th November 2011
Firebox says: It sure will! there are bass applications that can be used!