TMCNet:  Guitar Canvas is the first Stereo on-the-wall Wireless Guitar Speaker & Display, Reports Tinormous

[December 15, 2017]

Guitar Canvas is the first Stereo on-the-wall Wireless Guitar Speaker & Display, Reports Tinormous

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Guitar Canvas is the first all-purpose wireless speaker and guitar display. As well as guitars, the battery-powered amplifier is suitable for all types of electronic instruments and audio devices, allowing musicians and music fans to play their instrument or stream their music wirelessly and enjoy up to 200 watts of stereo sound anywhere, anytime.

Guitarists can also plug directly into Guitar Canvas using a 1/4-inch mono jack. It includes inputs for a microphone, stereo-instrument, stereo aux, and an output for a recording line. It is compatible with pedal boards wirelessly or by connecting a cable. 

Guitar Canvas is the invention of Jason Bernard Jr. and Tinormous, a community for student and teacher innovators. The team describes Guitar Canvas as being "the coolest wireless speaker for guitar enthusiasts."

"Guitar Canvas is an upgradeable wall speaker enclosure to display a guitar or bass beautifully while sustaining the look of guitar amplifiers," explains Jason, co-founder of Tinormous. "Great for parties, guitar lessons, in your living room, green room or studio. Guitarists can use it as a practice amp while playing along with prerecorded tracks, and because it has multiple audio inputs bands and friends can get together and jam on a single Guitar Canvas for up to 12 hours. You can also sync multiple Guitar Canvases together via WIFI."

As well as electric, acoustic and bass guitars, Guitar Canvas is suitable for keyboards, electronic drums, and microphones, as well as smart tablets, mobile phones, and smartwatches.

No-tools needed to hang your Guitar Canvas and the hooks included can hold 100 lbs in weight. It is designed to showcase a guitar or bass on the wall securely to look and sound its very best.

Guitar Canvas includes a strap for easy carrying, a 12-volt rechargeable battery, and charger. The team is experimenting with color combinations and designs, including printed lyrics and graphics. They also incorporate features such as WiFi and Bluetooth, a slide-out removable pedal board, and other innovative options. "Everything will be modular and fully upgradeable," continues Jason. "Our team is excited, and this is just the beginning."

To find out more, purchase a Guitar Canvas, or contribute, visit the Kickstarter page here:


Jason Bernard Jr.


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