Loc: Yuba City, California
It's a novel idea to be sure. There is a choice between a Distorted Guitar, Acoustic-Electric, and Electric Bass. The sound is pretty good but there are no other settings available besides a choice of instruments.<br><br>The fretboard provides notes for the first six frets. The distance between each fret is 3/8ths of an inch.<br><br>In the picture I am attempting to play an Em. I tried to play an Am but that proved to be too difficult.<br><br>It has potential and I'm sure the developer has fielded a lot of input on ways to improve PG. For instance, I would find it much more useable if only first three frets could be seen and if they were spaced much like a regular guitar. Since most open chords can be played within those three frets, with proper spacing, one could easily develop the coordination to "jam" so to speak.<br><br>It's interesting to note that it supports hammer-ons & offs, which fade out. It's not possible to play a barre chord though. While laying my index finger across the neck, I could only get it to hold down a single note.<br><br>I will keep an eye on his wiki page to see how his project progresses.<br><br><br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
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