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JamHub has had a simple goal since they were formed in 2009: To make products for musicians that allow them to play more and get better, faster. By staying true to this goal, JamHub has quickly established itself as a brand that artists from all walks of life trust to make the most out of their playing.
In five short years, JamHub gear has found itself in the hands of some seriously big names in the world of popular music. Names like Victor Wooten, Kiley Evans, Patrick Pferffer, Steve Rutledge and more have all made use of what JamHub has to offer to really shine when they take the stage.
With such a diverse lineup of products, you shouldn't have any issue finding the right JamHub gear to call your own. The right gear simply comes down to need. For example, are you looking to jam, but need to keep things kind of quiet? Then check out the BedRoom 5-Section System. This system allows you and your band to jam in virtual silence. With a 5-section electronic mixing device, you can plug all your instruments in and have a full jam session without disturbing friends, family, or neighbors. This device is a must for bands that love being able to practice whenever they need. Best of all, this device is also available as a 7-section system for more band mates to join in, and with a recording system, so you can keep copies of all your sessions.
Of course, JamHub also offers options to keep connected to your BedRoom system with options such as the Stereo Connection 5-Pack as well as the Headphone Extension 5-Pack. Basically, everything you need to practice longer and at any given time. By giving you the opportunity to practice whenever it suits your needs, you'll be able to improve your own skills as well as chemistry with your bandmates, which is going to go a long way in helping to make your band a real headliner.