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Don't Fret Note Map
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Don't Fret Note Map

Voicing/Format Accessory
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Educational

Price: $12.95

Catalog #00695587

UPC code: 073999955873

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

This innovative new product created by 11-year-old Nicholas Ravagni and featured on ABC's World News Tonight makes it easier to learn to play electric or acoustic guitar! Whether you're a beginner just starting out or an experienced player who wants to learn to read music, it will give you the tools you need to learn to locate notes on your guitar. The Don't Fret Note Map™ is made of cling vinyl – no fasteners or glues required – and is easy to install. Simply peel the note map off the backing paper and guide one edge between the strings and fretboard, positioning the fret holes in the vinyl over the corresponding frets on the instrument and stretching the device tight across the fretboard as you position the notes under the proper strings. Press one side against the back of the neck, then fold the other side smoothly over the first, and you're ready to play! The note map does not affect tone or playability, and is removable after each use!

Shows note names and locations across the fretboard – over all 12 frets • Unique color-coded method makes music reading easy • Accurately accelerates “finger memory” • Includes music instruction and three simple songs to play • No previous musical experience needed!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE NEWTON/TRADITIONAL  
ODE TO JOY BEETHOVEN/VAN DYKE  
SCARBOROUGH FAIR TRADITIONAL ENGLISH  
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