Well, the title says it all. You can become a pro sounding player by using this AWESOME software. It’s got a nice clean, look to it and its super easy to use.
Simply plug in some numbers on the screen and you have tab for your music. Its as simple as that.
I wish I would have known this when I started playing guitar.
I was too stubborn to look for a teacher or even software that I didn’t know existed. You don’t have to be like me.
Start playing and composing like the pros do!
Here are 10 reasons you should buy Guitar pro 7 right now:
- It costs less than a single lesson from a good teacher. Yes, less than a single lesson. Its under $50 bucks. If you’ve ever taken a good guitar lesson from a reputable teacher, you know how expensive it can be. If you don’t have the cash, put it on your credit card or simply download the free trial. Its totally worth it. Thanks to guitar pro, I have great looking scores. They look better than Finale’s Scores.
- The 2nd reason you should get guitar pro is that you can loop different sections of a song, single measures and even parts of a measure. This means you can practice those hard licks that have been frustrating for way too long…which leads me to the next reason…
- Guitar Pro allows you to speed up, slow down and change keys of any lick, song or idea, with the click of a mouse.
- Transpose any lick or scale up or down an octave with the use of their transpose tool.
- Compose with strings, brass, percussion, bass guitar, clean guitar and distorted guitars.
- Put effects on any of these instruments by simply adding a pedal, eq, or a massive amplifier.
- You can export the midi into any other DAW (digital audio workstation). This means any composing you do with violins, or trumpets or cellos, or other guitars…can be imported into any other DAW in audio or midi form. Guitar pro opens up pretty quickly, much quicker than other programs for example, and this allows me to quickly put in a lick, a melody, a progression, or a string section. Then, when I’m ready to record I simply export the file from the Guitar pro file that I have saved in my song folder straight into Cubase, or the one you like to use.
- You can export countless pdf and audio files to share with your friends.
- There are websites and other players that share guitar pro files allowing you to collaborate on music all the time. www.gprotab.net
- It allows you different tunings. So if you want to experiment with chords or licks, solos or anything else in a specific tuning, you absolutely can.
There are many more reasons you should get this software and I will show you how to use it in a later post.
For now start practicing like a pro, by clicking the banner below: