Look at your fingers and tabs at the same time
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It's been a while since I've posted some of the fun tech and working tech. But I've been busy with the tech that I already have, and I haven't had a chance to take a break. HOWEVER - - when you do have time to take that break, you may want to take some time with your guitar. I have two - I'm not good at either... which is why this gadget might come in handy. The Guitar Sidekick can hold your Blackberry or iPhone while you try to learn some new tabs. ESPECIALLY if you're like me, and you're looking at your fingers, counting frets and trying to remember what the tab looks like all at the same time. This thing sits at the top of the guitar so you can look at the tabs and your fingers almost at the same time. If you're a better guitar player than I am, you might be able to use it for a host of other applications that your smart device might offer you. I haven't tried it out yet, and I'm a little skeptical on the application of this thing (it appears to clip to your strings up above the nut ???!!) They say it doesn't effect the tune - - but I don't think you want to swing your guitar around with this thing on it.... remember, the weight of your device is sitting on those strings. It's probably a fun device to have for beginners - - who don't thrash about too much - - and can access tons of instructional videos online. With this, you can plant yourself in your comfortable chair, away from the computer and still get those online tips. It's under $30. Might be worth checking out: http://www.castiv.com/en/guitar-sidekick.html
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