Guitar Simulators are a Great Way to Learn Before Investing

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Oct 10, 2012 • References: ubergizmo
Music lesson are expensive and trying to teach oneself can prove to be quite difficult, especially when you don’t have the basics down.

The guitar simulator works in conjunction with your iPad and allows newcomers or amateurs to easily practice the instrument without disturbing others. The guitar simulator is stringless, but has 84 LEDs that light up to show where your fingers are supposed to go. After inserting your iPad into the designated dock, aspiring musicians can start strumming away to their favorite iTunes songs or any of the practice songs it comes with. This handy guitar can be adjusted for righties or lefties and is also switchable from electric guitar to an acoustic guitar to a bass guitar, so you can play around and experiment to see which tune you prefer before investing in a real one. Stats for Instructional Instrument Imitators Trending: Older & Chilly
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