Chord cuts through time it takes to play and compose music
By Keith Burton (reporter for gulf coast news)
Barry Davis of Biloxi, Mississippi would seem an unlikely man to discover a way for people to learn to play the guitar. The Licensed Ship Master is not a musician, or particularly dexterous with his fingers and guitars are notoriously difficult to learn. Still, Davis has invented a simple device that makes playing a guitar much simpler for beginners and yet fulfilling enough to sound terrific.
“This is training wheels,” Barry says. “It gets you playing faster, easier, and develops your coordination. But it’s not a free ticket. It still requires practice and work, but it is ten times easier”.
The Slide Chord, with even limited experience, enables a budding musician to play the most common sequences of chords used in thousands of songs.
For people who write lyrics and songs, but don’t have the initial technique of playing the guitar, the Slide Chord could be the answer to a prayer.
The playing package complete with Slide Chord DVD instruction video. Also with chord chart and accessories for only $49.95.