Even rock gods need to practice once in awhile. Now you can do that anywhere, with the Shedneck. Available in different headstock colors and styles that include electric, acoustic, classical and bass, the Shredneck is modeled after the first seven frets of a guitar. You can string it like you do a normal guitar, but it can’t be tuned and it will not produce much in the way of sound. Its main purpose is to allow you to warm up or practice your chord fingerings. It’s useful for helping to build callouses too. Depending on the style, you can find one at Amazon or Musician’s Friend for $44.99 – $69.99. Rock on dude!
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