If you're a guitar or bass player, you’ve probably heard of the Guitar Triller from the successful Kickstarter campaign that ran in December 2015.
The campaign received coverage from Guitar Player and Bass Player magazines, as well as Gizmag, Music Radar, Huffington Post and more. Plus, Guitar Triller had a video go viral, receiving 2.2M views and over 29K shares on Facebook. Needless to say, musicians have been eagerly waiting to get creative with this innovative new accessory.
Now comes the good news. The company has recently shipped out all Kickstarter and pre-sale orders, and are fully stocked for immediate next-day shipment on all new orders.
With thousands of guitar and bass players about to start exploring the creative applications of Guitar Triller, the company is excited to hear all the new music that will be played and created using the new accessory. Guitar Triller inventor Alex Bodnar said, “So many musicians today are pushing the sound barrier further and further with their instruments. We expect to hear some exciting new music that features the Guitar Triller in a wide range of music genres.”
Many influential artists have been in talks with the company about getting a head start on working with the product. Among them is the Juno Award-winning guitarist, Gianni Luminati of Walk of The Earth, who recently posted a photo on Twitter with the Guitar Triller saying, “Gonna have some fun with this."
Guitar Triller co-creator Jeremy Legarda said, “When we saw that Guitar Player Magazine picked Guitar Triller for their Top 10 coolest list, we knew that things were about to move very quickly.” The magazine also included the product in the New Gear section of their May 2016 print issue.
Tony Oriolo, owner of the Pennsylvania music store chain Prodigy Studios, is the first store to carry the product. Tony said “Before the product even arrived at my store, I already had people knocking down my door to get at these Trillers.” The company is working on distribution and wants to make the product available at large and small retail locations around the country.
The packaging proudly displays the “Kickstarter staff pick” badge and a thank you note to the 1,162 backers that supported the campaign and also mentions Guitar Player Magazine's inclusion of the product in it's Top 10 Coolest Guitar Gear Innovations of 2015.