Planet Waves is proud to offer LE versions of the best-selling applications for iPhone & iPod Touch, Chordmaster and Scale Wizard. These new “lite” versions are available as free downloads from iTunes! ChordmasterLE allows users to view each chord in first position and to strum the virtual strings to play and hear each chord in pristine audio. The library allows users to navigate to any chord easily and quickly. The full version of Planet Waves Chordmaster offers a comprehensive and accurate library of over 7,800 guitar chords, displaying notes and fingerings on a virtual fret board for $1.99. Scale Wizard LE provides four of the most useful scales including major pentatonic, minor pentatonic, major, and minor in all neck positions. Offering over 10,000 patterns, the full version of Scale Wizard is the most complete scale application on any platform, featuring a interface truly optimized for iPhone and iPod touch. All Scale Wizard and Chordmaster applications have a digitally sampled sound library that enables the user to strum across the fingerboard and hear exactly what the scale or chord they have selected sounds like. The logical graphical layout and intuitive user interface have won high praise from the iPhone user base. “The integration of Planet Waves with iTunes offers a new venue for iTunes and iPhone savvy guitar players,” states Rob D’Addario, Application Product Manager. “Based upon our best-selling Chordmaster and Scale Wizard applications, these free LE versions not only offer convenience, they’re definitely a budget-friendly option!” Available September 2009, users can simply log into their iTunes store account and search Planet Waves to download the free applications. For more product information, support and FAQs, please visit visit planetwaves.com/iPhone.
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