According to an announcement today, JamLoop launched it's beta search engine which allows for users to search over 250,000 musical gear listings from around the web.
According to an announcement today, JamLoop launched it's beta search engine which allows for users to search over 250,000 musical gear listings from around the web. All users have to do is type their keyword in the search box and viola a comprehensive listing will appear which pulls from databases like eBay, Craigslist, Musician's Friend, Guitar Center and others. The listings are updated daily and features the ability to compare prices, find by location, price range, new products, used products or both.
"JamLoop offers musicians a new way to shop for musical gear online," says JamLoop Director of Marketing, Liz Kuykendall. "Historically, there are lots of places that musicians look to find that unique Les Paul used guitar, that Fender Twin Reverb amplifier, a matched pair of Shure microphones, etc.: From newspaper classifieds to eBay, Craigslist and retail websites like Musician's Friend, there are so many relevant options but they all take time. JamLoop replaces a highly-fragmented, clunky search experience with a much more efficient and intuitive one. We give users a single destination to find most of what's available on the market today."
JamLoop is stated to be the world's first shopping search engine for finding new and used musical instruments and equipment, where users can find musical gear listings from hundreds of local and national sellers.