Sonoma Wire Works Intros GuitarJack 2 Audio Interface

Sonoma Wire Works GuitarJack 2Sonoma Wire Works has introduced the GuitarJack Model 2 – an audio interface for iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad, and iPod touch (2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation).

GuitarJack offers 60 dB of continuous level control, configurable Pad, Lo-Z and Hi-Z modes, and increased drive for headphones.

FourTrack, StudioTrack, TaylorEQ and the new GuitarTone app (coming soon) include the GuitarJack control panel, where users can select an input and set the input/recording level. GuitarJack is also an input/output solution for third party amp models, tuners and recording apps.

GuitarJack is available for $149.

Hardware Features:

  • 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) instrument input – nickel-plated solid brass Switchcraft (10,000 MTBF) jack
  • 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) stereo mic/line input – (no phantom power is provided)\
  • 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) stereo headphone/line output with increased drive for headphones
  • Dock connector designed for use without removing most cases
  • Device powered for portability – requires no batteries or power adapter
  • GuitarJack Model 2 includes a 24-bit AD/DA Converter, however only 16-bit audio playback and recording is currently possible until a firmware update becomes available.
  • Aluminum shell

Software Features:

(Control Panel in GuitarTone, FourTrack, StudioTrack & TaylorEQ)

  • Level Control: 60 dB of continuous level control
  • Input Modes:
  • Instrument (1/4 inch) – mono – Pad, Lo-Z or Hi-Z mode
  • Mic/Line (1/8 inch) – mono, dual-mono or stereo – Pad, Normal or Boost mode
  • Both inputs – Mic/Line input on the left channel and Instrument on the right channel
  • Included Software:
  • GuitarTone and TaylorEQ are available free
  • GuitarJack enables additional amps and effects in GuitarTone, FourTrack and StudioTrack while connected


  • GuitarJack Model 2 is compatible with iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad, iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)

2 thoughts on “Sonoma Wire Works Intros GuitarJack 2 Audio Interface

  1. Maybe I am just stupid, but when would a guitarist use this? When he is on the bus with his guitar and inspiration strikes? I need to play my riff maaan! 🙂

  2. Daniel from Sonoma Wire Works here. When would a guitarist use this? Anytime, anywhere. As a musician myself, I find it hard to write in a stuffy studio control room. I’m most inspired when I’m out and about, enjoying my surroundings, nature, people. One thing I always have on me? My phone. We can’t wait to see all the places people will record with GuitarJack! 🙂

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