Nomad (translated as "nomad") was created especially for those who are used to taking their favorite guitar with them on trips. Usually this is associated with certain inconveniences: the instrument takes up a lot of space, almost always you have to check it in your luggage, and no one can give guarantees that nothing will happen to it. Nomad's creator, designer Orit Dolev, claims to have come up with the concept of the device while traveling, just as she faced these challenges.
Most of all the Nomad is like an elongated violin neck. There are no strings in the usual sense, instead there are six elongated "ribs" made of flexible material that looks like rubber. The principle of playing the Nomad is almost no different from the "guitar" one: you clamp the string at the desired fret (there are no frets, so you have to connect muscle memory), and touch it. Due to the unusual design, the instrument does not need to be tuned, and playing a false note is simply impossible. In addition, you will be able to choose exactly how it will sound in the application - at least clean, at least loaded, at least like a sitar. The Nomad then wirelessly transmits the signal to the sound source - a smartphone or tablet with the app installed, and it plays it back.
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A protective "case" is supplied with the instrument itself, which essentially acts as an amplifier. But you can also listen to music through headphones by connecting them to your mobile device. The price and timing of the Nomad's release on sale are still unknown.>