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Robertson Communications Adds ChordBuddy to Growing Client Roster

Media Contact:                   Scott Robertson, APR
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., April 16, 2012 — Robertson Communications, a new full-service digital public relations agency, today announced that it has added ChordBuddy, an innovative guitar teaching system, to its growing client roster.
ChordBuddy, recently featured on the critically acclaimed ABC series “Shark Tank,” is an innovative product that allows potential guitarists to instantly play songs simply by pushing a button. As they progress, the tabs on the product are removed and students learn how to play guitar chords.
“Americans’ interest level in learning to play a musical instrument is very high right now,” said Scott Robertson, president, Robertson Communications. “In fact, recent Gallup polls show that 85 percent of non-musicians wish that they could learn to play a musical instrument. ChordBuddy is a fantastic product targeted at millions of potential musicians around the world and providing them with a positive music making experience right out of the box. We’re excited to be working with the ChordBuddy team and see huge potential with this product and this brand in the years to come.”
Robertson Communications will partner with Whittaker Marketing, a Dothan-Ala.-based marketing firm to help build the brand of ChordBuddy’s product line and increase its sales.
About ChordBuddy
ChordBuddy’s patented learning system attaches to the neck of the guitar and allows students to play songs instantly by pushing a button. As they progress, the tabs are removed, like training wheels on a bike, and the students are able to play the chords. ChordBuddy comes with a lesson guide, DVD and book with over 100 songs for under $50.
About Robertson Communications
Robertson Communications is a new digital public relations agency based in Orange County, Calif., which specializes in helping some of the best music/sound, technology and consumer companies in the world win in the marketplace through superior communications. For more information, visit or call 949-766-6789.

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