Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) March 3, 2011
Guitar.com is pleased to announce an exciting new promotion in conjunction with the release of its new Guitar Tab Generator, TabWizard.
Beginning March 1, 2011 for a limited time only, any guitar.com member that uploads 10 guitar tabs will be eligble to receive a free set of electric or acoustic guitar strings from the world's top guitar string, D'Addario. Users can choose between D'Addario Acoustic Sets EJ16, EJ17, and EJ19 and D'Addario Electric Sets EXL110, EXL120 and EXL115.
To qualify for a free set of D'Addario strings, users can simply log onto their guitar.com account and generate 10 guitar tabs, either in complete song form, a solo from a one of his/her favorite songs, or upload a chord and lyric sheet.
Making redemption simple, guitar.com will automatically credit the account of those that upload 10 tabs or more. Once 10 tabs are uploaded, a message will appear on their profile and will remain until the free strings are claimed. The more tabs users upload, the more strings they can claim - up to 10 free sets!
The guitar.com Guitar Tab Generator features a carefully developed browser-based program that allows users to easily log on to their guitar.com profile and start tabbing out chords, notes, riffs or solos on a wide variety of instruments ranging from electric guitars, acoustic guitars, bass guitars, ukuleles, banjos, mandolins and more. The site will also allow for users to save, edit and share all of their tablature creations. Another unique feature of the guitar.com Tab Generator is that it is entirely legal.
"We are entirely thrilled to be playing such an integral role in pushing the online text-based tablature frontier," states Don Dawson, Managing Director of Guitar.com. "We feel that the innovative nature of our Tab Generator will be extremely helpful in making Tab Generation much more accessible to thousands of aspiring guitarists, in our evergrowing online guitar notation community."
The offer will be available while supplies last limited to the US, Canada and the United Kingdom. For more information on guitar.com, please visit http://www.guitar.com.