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Guitar Q – Playing Guitar with a Smart Phone

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Guitar Q is a Smart way to practice your new songs with your smartphone attached to the sound hole of the guitar or the capo version which attaches to the fretboard.

I like to use the sound hole verson on my Tanglewood 12 string.
I also have the capo version even fits on my Tenor Ukulele!

For Tablature or chords try the Ultimate Guitar app on your Smart Phone.
For actual sheet music try http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/iphone/ for your iphone.
There is also sheet music reader for your ipad http://appadvice.com.
From the Google Play Store there is MusicNotes Digital Sheet Music

Downloadable at the Google playstore or Apple itunes. Lee Hyein

The Guitar Q was invented by the very talented Lee Hyein. She is from Seoul KOREA
ans is both a physicist and mathematician. I had the pleasure of meeting Lee Hyein
and her sister to demonstrate these cool devises at the recent 2015 NAMM show
in Anaheim california.

The Guitar Q is available for Acoustic Guitar. The Acoustic version fits snuggle around the sound hole.

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You can simply attach Guitar Q and the smartphone holder to the sound hole of your acoustic guitar.
This product allows you to easily see and touch your smartphone screen while using a wide variety of applications such as tuners, metronomes or music scores.

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The Classical Guitar Version is called the Classic Q

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You can simply attach Classic Q and the smartphone holder to sound hole of your classic guitar. This product allows you to easily see and touch your smartphone screen while using a wide variety of applications such as tuners, metronomes or music scores.

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The Capo version simply Acoustic Capo

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The function of this product is the same as existing capos
This product allows you to easily see and touch your smartphone screen while using a wide variety of applications such as tuners, metronomes or music scores.

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For Electric Guitar There is the Q-Pin Version

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You can attach Elec Q holder and the smartphone holder to the cut-away of your electric guitar or bass guitar. It’s easy to assemble, attach and store.
Electric guitar players who use existing applications such as irig can plug them directly onto the smartphone holder using the irig attachment.

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This is a very good quality product and very economically priced at around $20.00.

For serious dealer or distributor inquires contact contact Art Fernandez
and I will forward it to the Director Lee Hyein.

http://www.guitarqstand.com

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