Learn to Play Guitar and transpose music with the Guitar Wheel
Have you always wanted to learn how to play guitar? Maybe other instruments are your thing. I know of an all-in-one tool that will teach you chords, transposing, and everything else you need to know to start playing like you actually know what you are doing.
The Guitar Wheel is the most awesome tool around. It weighs less than 2 oz., made of flexible plastic and fits in every guitar case. I bet it could fit in a lot of other cases too!
This is a dial-it-in type of tool. Whatever info you want to see, you specify in one window and it shows you dozens of chords and other options, making this the most versatile "chord book" ever. Only its not a book. It is literally a user friendly, interactive, perform on demand library of information. Have you been trying to transpose a song so you can actually sing it in a key that suits your voice? This tool has you covered.
Do you fancy yourself to be a composer of all scores musical? This will be your best friend. Don't get stuck in another lame rut of using the same chords and notes over and over and over. Creativity is just a spin away, and the Guitar Wheel along with its special Music Theory side on the back will jump start any boring song into a ballad, with you at the helm.
I have a Guitar Wheel and I love it. I am just an amateur who tinkers around with my guitar for my own pleasure. But when I want to know the name of a note or find a note I just can't seem to get, I turn to my Guitar Wheel for the answers. This tool is so easy to use, even a caveman could do it! Take a gander at all the hot guitarist dudes that endorse the Guitar Wheel at their website www.guitarwheel.com. I betcha know some of them, especially if you are in the 30 and older crowd. I talked to the owners of the Guitar Wheel and, coming soon, they will be featured in Guitar Center stores nationwide. Currently, you can buy them at assorted music stores around the United States and internationally, the Guitar Wheel website, and an online music accessory store called Farley's Music Essentials. Where ever you pick one up, it will be worth it!