Fretlight Shows The Way To Play

Illumated fretboard guitar with a computer link      23/12/04

Powered by patented technology, the new Fretlight Guitar is , according to the manufacturers, the world's first real computer-powered electric guitar. Fretlight teaches beginner to advanced level players needing to hone their skills, through a series of computer-powered lights that are embedded in the guitar which illuminate chords, scales, and songs, signifying where the users fingers should be placed. It connects via the USB port to a Windows-based PC and is driven by educational software. Professional guitarists such as Neal Schon of Journey and Gerry Beckley of America own Fretlight guitars. More info:
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