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Gaming Your Way To Becoming A Real Guitar Hero

Kim Hart

Love Guitar Hero? How about playing with a real guitar?

Music Wizard Group has created a game that lets you have all the glory of Guitar Hero, but also helps you learn how to play the instrument.

You plug a small device into an acoustic or electric guitar and then color-coded strumming instructions tell you which note to play with which fingers.

Chris Salter, CEO and founder of Music Wizard Group, showed me how it's done. He was a frustrated musician when he invented the game. Now he's playing riffs laid down by the likes of Santana.

By Kim Hart  |  January 8, 2008; 2:24 PM ET  | Category:  CES 2008 , Kim Hart
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