Jamboxx hands-free, breath-powered instruments

The Jamboxx is an electronic, USB-powered, breath-controlled instrument styled after a harmonica that plays digital MIDI notes when connected to a compatible Windows computer/tablet or MAC OS device. Notes are played by sipping or puffing via the mouthpiece. Moving the mouthpiece left or right determines which note is played.

As an electronic synthesizer the Jamboxx can play any instrument including guitar, drums, violin, piano or saxophone. It can be easily adapted for those with physical or cognitive handicaps or special needs, whether children or adults. With its included bracket the Jamboxx can easily be played hands-free. It also adapts to the musician’s range of head motion and breath capacity, including those with very limited lung capacity. The Jamboxx is also well suited for music enthusiasts, music professionals, music teachers, music therapists, occupational therapists, and parents of children with physical or cognitive disabilities such as Autism, ALS, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Cystic Fibrosis and those with spinal cord injuries.

The Jamboxx is being used by all ages and abilities as an accessible instrument

The Jamboxx is used by those with physical and cognitive disabilities / handicaps and those with special needs providing benefits to music teachers, parents of disabled persons, music therapists, special education teachers, occupational therapists, and elder care providers.

Music Therapy

The Jamboxx is used extensively in Music Therapy for both the able-bodied and disabled community. It’s a fantastic way for those with cognitive or physical impairments to quickly and adeptly play music. The Jamboxx Music Therapy instrument with disposable mouthpieces is specifically designed for the music therapists who use music interactivity with their clients.