Music Industry News Network [01-16-2013]

SixString App - The Social Network App For Guitarists

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SixString, the premier social network app dedicated to guitar players, is the featured Social Network app in the Apple iTunes Store. With the addition of video recording and sharing within the SixString app, guitarists are enjoying the robust social features that are available. The addition of video recording enables guitarists to quickly capture their music, gear and tones to share with SixString's rapidly growing community.

"SixString is a handy iPhone app to quickly record sounds with. I use it to record, and then check out the sounds of some of my vintage pedals. You can hear some of these on the SixString app."

Guitarist Gary Hoey, with five top-20 Billboard hits, says this about the SixString app, "SixString is a handy iPhone app to quickly record sounds with. I use it to record, and then check out the sounds of some of my vintage pedals. You can hear some of these on the SixString app."

Co-founder of SixString, Damian Hagger, adds: "The app has been created to fill a void for guitarists. SixString offers a comprehensive solution for all things relating to the guitar in an app format. The app is very powerful and enables guitarists to do many things. For instance, new guitarists can learn how a hero like Eddie Van Halen arrived at his brown sound or how The Edge uses delay. Established guitarists can promote their work by sharing soundclips. The SixString app even allows collectors to archive and share their vintage gear through the use of photo or video uploads. Whether you are a young or old, new or experienced player, SixString is the premier social network app for guitarists."


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