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ROADIE TUNER MUSIC MEETS TECHNOLOGY

The Roadie range of products has received glowing reviews from luminaries of the rock scene, garnering praise from guitarists such as Spike Edney from Queen, Vinney Moore (UFO), Chet Roberts from Three Doors Down, and Mark Farner from Grand Funk Railroad. “We had to wait backstage for artists to come off stage,” says Roadie Tuner co-founder, Bassam Jalgha. “We would do a demo, they would ask to try it and then they would give their testimonial.”

Jalgha initially set out to conquer the — a lute-type instrument common across the Middle East. “I am a musician, and have been studying the ever since I was 12. Tuning the is very difficult, very frustrating,” he says.

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