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Uploaded on Feb 12, 2008

You will be making music with the exciting QChord right from the start even if you've never played an instrument before!




Choose from over 100 different sounds such as piano, guitar or flute to accompany your singing or to play your favorite melodies.

The QChord replaced the Omnichord. And, though it is similar it has a much improved sound system and many added features.

Generally, the Omnichord or QChord can be thought of as an ELECTRONIC AUTOHARP, CHROMAHARP or even as some people refer to it as an ELECTRONIC CHORDED ZITHER. However, it is even MORE!

While an autoharp is limited to only 12, 15 or 21 chords which include Major, Minor and Seventh in as many as seven Keys, the QChord can also play Minor Sevenths, Major Sevenths, Diminished and Augmented Chords in all 12 Keys. It is far easier to play than the Autoharp, has no strings to break or go out of tune and is more versatile with 100 different sounds, built-in rhythm accompaniments and more.

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