| is a chord-hand device that fits in the palm of your hand.
The device replicates the finger placement
of a whole series of the most advanced guitar chords on the scale. The universal
bar chord is the hardest chord to finger because all six of the guitar strings
must be pressed by all of the fingers on the hand.
"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 songs but have not mastered the guitar, the slide chord could be an answer to a prayer".
-Keith Burton - GULF COAST NEWS-
The Slide Chord plays these chords:
F major, G major, A major, C major, D major,
E major, B major, A minor, B flat minor, B minor, C minor, D minor, E minor, F minor, D flat, E flat, F#, G#, and A#. This one device plays all 19 of the chords named above.
The reverse engineered slide chord is a great tool for guitar players who are struggling to “get it right”. Some people may just enjoy a simple way of playing the guitar like a professional, while developing the motor skills required for changing chords.
"Before this product, I would have paid hundreds of dollars for anything like it. The Slide Chord provides a simple middle ground in the complex world of music composition. Since I've been using the chord, I have learned dozens of chord combinations and have recorded two albums with Doc Rock Records". Barry Davis - INVENTOR-
Play 19 “major” and “minor” (advanced) chords with one simple device. The Slide Chord is a materialized (universal) bar chord. It gives the student instant theory through a physical (3-D) perspective. Unlike many power chord learning methods, bar chords are among the most advanced and hardest to finger.
The Slide Chord
633 Octave Dr.
D'iberville, MS 39540
The Slide Chord fits standard guitars including hundreds of makes and models.