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Seeking harmony in guitar tech

Guitar Hero fans can now start strumming their cell phones (sort of). Those who play actual guitars, meanwhile, may want to try computer-driven tuning.

Fans of the video game Guitar Hero can now start strumming their cell phones (well, sort of). Those who play actual guitars, meanwhile, may (or may not) want to consider computer-driven tuning.

the daily download Addicts of Activision's console game will no longer be confined to fretting their faux guitar in the living room, game room, or basement.
December 4, 2007

CNET editor Jessica Dolcourt checks out the stellar graphics and gameplay of Guitar Hero Mobile in this First Look video.
December 4, 2007

The vast majority of guitarists will get a lot more value out of a standard $100 tuner pedal, says CNET Blog Network blogger Matt Rosoff.
December 4, 2007

The strings serve as the network on the Robot Guitar, which could save professional musicians time when changing keys.

December 3, 2007

Going for a strum on Gibson's new Les Paul Robot Guitar.
December 3, 2007

Some guitar teachers say the video game could be the best recruitment tool they could possibly ask for.
November 28, 2007

The 'smallest precision guitar,' at a big price

crave blog The guitar craze may be getting bigger, but at least one gadget maker is looking to shrink the instruments way down.
November 27, 2007

Get a closer look at the technology behind Gibson's Robot Guitar.
November 26, 2007