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    MertArduino

    2 years ago

    By popular demand; I will add a video in the coming days.

    Video contents; pressing a string down onto a fret along the neck of the guitar I'll try to play chords.

    Thank you for your interest and your contribution...

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    DanielE2

    2 years ago

    Using hot glue makes the strumming mechanism permanent. Might be OK for some. I myself would use Velcro. Same concept, different implementation

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    BarbieM2

    2 years ago

    Learn how to play the guitar today with free step-by-step video lessons. It's easier than you may think. for more details, you may visit

    http://www.worshipguitarclass.com/

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    mastallama

    2 years ago

    Hello MertArduino! Great instructable! May I suggest you change the tuning of the guitar, then you don't have to know how to play chords and can still have the Arduino play while sounding "better"? There are several popular "open tunings" - the most popular is DADGAD, but the G and As may cause some dissonance. Try tuning the guitar to "Open D" (DADF#Ad) and see how it sounds. If you don't have a tuner or don't know how to tune the guitar, you can go here: http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/tuner/ and choose the "Open D" tuning from the dropdown list.

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    MertArduinomastallama

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you very much for ideas and information. I will try it in the coming days.

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    theblckwlf

    2 years ago

    Very clever! I may expand on this in the coming weeks, I'll be sure to give credit where credit is due!

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    MertArduinotheblckwlf

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank for your comments. But I don't understand, what do you say exactly " I'll be sure to give credit where credit is due! "

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    theblckwlfMertArduino

    Reply 2 years ago

    ..that if I expand on your project I will be sure to indicate my inspiration was based on your project

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    MertArduinotheblckwlf

    Reply 2 years ago

    Of course. I'm glad. If there's anything I can help you gladly.I'll be waiting your expand.

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    fstedie

    2 years ago

    yeah, this only "strums" an open chord. Title is very misleading, you really can't "play" anything with this.

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    MertArduinofstedie

    Reply 2 years ago

    I think you made heavy criticism thinking it was misleading. This is just an idea. This improved. I'm not a guitarist. if you wish to contribute an idea in you. But thank you anyway for your comment.

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    peabody1929

    2 years ago

    Think about pressing a string down onto a fret along the neck of the guitar. Perhaps something like a pencil eraser mounted at 90 degrees to the end of a servo arm. Rotating the servo would press the eraser down on the string which would press the string onto the fret. It would take 3 or 4 of these units to fret a chord. Many songs can be played with just a E, D and A chord.

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    MertArduinopeabody1929

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you very much for ideas and information. I will try it in the coming days.

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    maewert

    2 years ago

    Nice start!

    According to the Axis of Awesome you will need 4 chords to play any pop song ;-). So just a little more work and you can play them all!

    Best Wishes.

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    MertArduinomaewert

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you very much for your nice comments. Actually, I'm just a programmer. But I'll try to play the guitar. Thanks again.