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GUITAR TRAINER, AN APPLICATION FOR MUSICIANS WITH BLACKBERRY labels
on November 28, 2017
GUITAR TRAINER, AN APPLICATION FOR MUSICIANS WITH BLACKBERRY

If you want to have an application that besides being entertaining can teach you to play guitar or any string instrument,  Guitar trainer  can be an excellent option. Through this application BlackBerry users can learn to play the instruments in a simple and fun way from their phones.

Guitar Trainer is actually an educational game where musicians can learn and learn about string instruments such as guitar, bass, mandolin and banjo, among others. The application has a training mode and a game mode with different levels of difficulty.

Although the application is limited to only 7 traster (the rectangles that make up the neck of the instrument) in the first four levels of the game, it offers a training modality, which in the free version can only be used for a short time. However, in the BlackBerry App World there is a full version of Guitar Trainer that is available for $ 4.99 (about 8,700 Colombian pesos).

But this is not the only application that music fans can download on their BlackBerry. With Chords’ n Scales  , RIM users can find, learn and remember detailed music information from their device. Most of the images and graphics are designed for guitars and keyboards so that users can find in this application a perfect tool to study the chords and scales in these instruments.

According to the comments of the users of RIM in the App World, the application offers a quantity of information perfect for the size of the screen of their telephones and turns out to be very useful for the learning, although it is preferable that the BlackBerry of the user has tactile screen , like the Torch or the most recent Bold. Chords’ n Scales, you can check the Blackberry PGP can be downloaded for free through the BlackBerry app store.






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