Gibson Guitar Wins Billboard Music App Award

Gibson Guitar scored the award for “Best Branded Music App” at the first-ever Billboard Music App Awards. Created in conjunction with Legacy Learning Systems, the Gibson Learn & Master Guitar app has quickly become a must-have accessory for guitarists and is now approaching two million downloads.

The Gibson Learn & Master Guitar app beat out 50’s Sound Lab/Vitamin Water and ZOOZbeat/Sprite for the prestigious honor and will be featured in an upcoming issue of Billboard magazine.

The “Best Branded App” award closed Billboard’s Mobile Entertainment Live! Music App Summit in San Francisco, which offered a day of awards, panels and keynotes from the likes of Evan Harrison of Clear Channel and Jim Lucchese, CEO of the Echo Nest. App Award judges included MC Hammer, Daniel Klaus, Patrick Mork, Ian Rogers, Ralph Simon and Eliot Van Buskirk.

The app is available as a free download for both the iPhone and iPod Touch and includes such features as a professional quality chromatic tuner, alternate tuning settings, a standard mode tuner, an accurate metronome with multiple time signatures, a chord library and access to free, full-length lessons from the award-winning Learn & Master course, including printable resources that accompany the lessons available through http://www.learnandmaster.com/.

Gibson Guitar and Legacy Learning Systems also have announced that the app will soon be available in the Android and Intel app stores.

Click here to download the award-winning Gibson app.

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