The mu6label was developed to address some issues often encountered by folks learning to play guitar. For example, even if beginners employ a guitar teacher, tuition is not available 24/7 and mistakes made between lessons can go unchecked and become difficult to unlearn. Setup time can eat into available practice windows, and players may not remember where they're at in a lesson or be unsure of what kind of stuff to practice.
A learner is treated to two 240 x 280-pixel color touchscreen displays to interface with the device, there's an integrated piezo sensor for tuning, and for error detection during practice, and a built-in speaker. The onboard battery is reckoned good for up to 15 hours of use between charges.
Handy features include tuners for four-to-seven-stringed instruments, a chord library, modal scales maps, a versatile metronome and customizable rhythm generator, a decibel meter for hearing health and temperature/humidity sensors to help keep your guitar in tip-top condition.
According to newatlas