Guitar Learning System Becomes Fan Favorite of Hoda Kotb
Press Release: Travis Perry, founder of ChordBuddy, originally had the idea at age 18 when he taught guitar lessons and saw many of his students drop out within two months because of the difficulty learning the complexity of the instrument. After many years and 17 prototypes, the ChordBuddy guitar learning system was released in October 2010 to critical acclaim. Now, check out ChordBuddy on The Today Show on December 30th during a special New Year’s Resolution segment.
“Many people make New Year’s resolution and within days break them. What people don’t realize is that for many, besides losing weight learning to play guitar is one the top resolutions made, but sadly 70% will give up the first 60 days. ChordBuddy has a 93% success rate that you will not give up on your guitar playing resolution,” says Travis Perry.
As featured recently on the hit ABC show, “Shark Tank,” ChordBuddy’s patented learning system attaches to the neck of any guitar and allows potential musicians to play their favorite songs instantly by pushing a button. As each chord is learned, the tab removal system allows for easy transition to playing without a ChordBuddy, like training wheels on a bike, and the students are able to play real guitar chords. The product is made in the U.S.A. at the ChordBuddy plant in Perry’s hometown of Dothan, Alabama.
The ChordBuddy guitar learning aid is for potential musicians of all ages and abilities. By simply attaching the device to the neck of most types of guitars, the ChordBuddy allows the player to use buttons to learn primary chords for the key of G: G, C, D and Em (enabling them to play thousands of songs).
Resource ChordBuddy online: www.chordbuddy.com