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Notes on the fretboard correspond to letters on a keyboard.

Physicist/inventor/tinkerer David Neevel (of Oreo separator machine fame) has unveiled designs for an Adruino-powered guitar that converts notes to corresponding letters on a keyboard using a Roland GK pickup system and GR-33. Though the idea of shredding your way through an important memo seems rather inefficient, the technical expertise to make it happen is completely real, and Neevel shares how to do it yourself, if so inclined, on his blog.

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