Chord Buddy Shark Tank Update

Chord Buddy on the Shark Tank Show

Learn How To Play A Guitar - Season 3 - Episode 301 - Update
Chord Buddy season 3, episode 3
The New Chord Buddy Combo
Includes EVERYTHING!
  The Chord Buddy has to be the most perfect way to learn how to play a guitar. My Son instantly said when he saw it on the Shark Tank that it kind of reminds him of of the Guitar Hero and the Rock Bands Video's where he first started learning to play. But with the Chord Buddy you can play a real guitar instead of the fake looking video guitar that basically mimics the same training process. It's a clever device that attaches to the neck of your guitar with easy to read colored tabs that will have you playing like a pro in no time.

Travis Perry developed the Chord Buddy to teach his Daughter how to play the guitar which she did within just a few months time. It was so easy to learn this way that Perry knew he had a new hit product that could teach thousands how to play. In a single months time, Travis had a $150,000.00 in sales within a months time which confirmed he was on to something BIG and he just had to convince at least one Shark to invest in the Cord Buddy and go along for the ride.

When Travis entered the Shark Tank he was more confident then ever of the future success of the Chord Buddy and ready to negotiate with the Sharks. His biggest stipulation was that the Cord Buddy will continue to be manufactured in the U.S.A.

He was asking for $125,000.00 and would give up 10% equity stake in the business in return valuing the Chord Buddy at $1.2 million at that time. Total sales have already surpassed the $500k mark and he reluctantly (I'm not sure why?) says he also has a purchase order with Sam's Club to place 50 Chord Buddies in all 5000 locations.

The Sharks LOVE this Idea and the offers started coming in. Interestingly no one seems to want to partner up on this deal and Travis gets 4 offers from four Sharks all basically with the same offer, a $125,000.00 for 20% of the guitar learning business. It all comes down to who can help the Chord Buddy Guitar Business the most. In the end Travis Perry partners with Robert Herjevic for an additional $50k and makes a deal for $175,000.00 and a 20% stake in the Chord Buddy Guitar Business.

Guitar Buddy Update after the Shark Tank Show Update

 The deal between Travis Perry and Robert Herjevic did indeed go through and to say that the Chord Buddy is a Big Success may be a very big understatement. For the $175k Robert invested in the company it is turning out to be one of the most solid investments he has made on the Shark tank thus far. Within a years time, sales are now in the $1.5 million range and still climbing as new products keep getting introduced. They have also made a deal with John Rich with the "Big and Rich Band" as their National Spokesperson  for anyone that wants to learn how to play the guitar.

What started out as a simple devise that teaches you how to play, has now grown to several other products including a 2 month lesson plan with DVDs and a song book with over 100 easy to play songs. if your going to sell a product that is the easiest way to learn how to play a guitar, then you might as well sell guitars to go along with them, right? Great Idea! Travis has now come up with a full line of guitars depending on your skill level and the type of music that you want to play. With a price point starting at $124.99 that includes EVERYTHING you need, it definitely has a lot of value.

So how easy is it to learn how to play a guitar using the Chord Buddy? Well if Travis can teach Willie Robertson from "Duck Dynasty" how to play, then it's a safe bet he can teach you too.



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14 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:14 PM

    I need one for a left handed guitar

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    1. Anonymous1:31 PM

      Same here!! Make a left handed version please!!

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    2. Anonymous5:00 PM

      Yes!!! Please make one for left handed guitars.

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    3. Anonymous4:39 PM

      Please make one for a lefty!

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    4. Anonymous8:20 PM

      I was so excited to give Guitar Buddy for a Xmas gift-
      But OH NO - there's no LEFT HANDED Version.
      PLEASE make a LEFT HANDED G B!!!
      Maybe I can give to my Teen as a B-day gift in the Spring???

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  2. Anonymous9:26 PM

    I just saw this episode on Shark Tank.. Pretty awesome idea.. I play guitar. I'm sorry this wasn't around when I started to play.. Congratulations Mr. Perry !!!

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  3. Just saw your product on ST, Travis. Awesome idea. Have wanted to play guitar since early years, now wanting to learn and teach my 4 year old twins about music. What a great product! Blessings and Favor to you and your family...and keep it in the USA! Coach Charles Holland http://CoachTip.com

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  4. Anonymous6:48 AM

    AWESOME,, I myself have played guitar professionally for year's. Let me say this. There are Follower's and then there are Leader's. I was asked on numerous occasion's by Parent's and induvidual's as well, to help in learning to play guitar, only to learn I myself am not very good at teaching. I truly can't figure it out as to why. All I can say is that I had little success at teaching other's. My theory is that a beginner need's to feel a sense of accomplishment at the start to maintain the confidence to continue and work at it just a little harder to achieve there gold. This product allow's just that. When availiable I will purchase this item which in turn will help me to help other's. Truly amazing product

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  5. Just watched ST and saw your product. I have been teaching myself to play for about a year now and I have to say, this product is genius. You also seem like such a great guy and I can't help but root for you. I wish you happiness and hope you make a killing in the process. Godspeed Travis.

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  6. Anonymous10:22 PM

    I am left handed . Why do we always get left out ?

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  7. Anonymous10:44 AM

    Are there plans to adapt to a banjo?

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    1. Anonymous10:23 PM

      I been trying to teach my wife guitar so she can play with me while I play my Banjo. She try to
      learn the chords and gets upset and gives up. Maybe this will encourage her and we can pick and grin.......Soon.....

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  8. Anonymous8:42 AM

    Where can I obtain a chord buddy system w/o being forced into also purchasing new guitar. I already have a new 3/4 Hohner HW03 I would love to learn how to play.

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  9. Anonymous7:48 PM

    Saw it on Shark Tank; have to have it. Used to play years ago and have been saving up for a guitar. I already know the chords on Chord Buddy, but it's a good "break-in" tool until the callouses build up again. It gives you that instant "high" of playing!

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