Brian Moore doesn’t yet have a product page for the iGuitar.USB, but there are some details on their What’s Happening page.
First off, it is Mac and Windows-compatible. And you’re not just limited to running audio through USB; via an optional RMC jack as featured on their other iGuitars, you can hookup to a Roland GI-20 or other similar box, you can output MIDI, too. USB isn’t the whole story, either: these are high-quality guitars with excellent hex pickups, which are expensive to add to other instruments. I know many people will keep an RMC-equipped iGuitar in addition to their other instruments so they can, for instance, quickly switch to a MIDI-triggered soft synth.
More specs and pricing from Brian Moore . . .
Plug the iGuitar into the USB port any computer and get direct access any your guitar effects and recording software of choice Built-in USB digital audio connects your guitar directly to you computer Record instantly in your favorite application such as Garageband. Logic or Cakewalk Play directly into the latest software programs such as Guitar Rig by Native Instruments and Amplitube Live by IK Multimedia Line level signal – No external audio-interface pre-amplification required Class Compliant – No need to load special software drivers Bus powered- no 9V battery necessary Available on all models (most are in stock) Add $200 to the list price of any Custom Shop, i2000, i1000 or iGuitar model. Add $300 if you already own a Brian Moore or iGuitar model – Upgrades done at our factory, 3-4 week turnaround
There you have it. Don’t usually like to cut-and-paste from Websites, but in this case the info is otherwise tricky to find, and now you’ve heard it from the horse’s mouth. Or amp. Or something.