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MusicNomad improves GuitarTracker, a Virtual Roadie

MusicNomad improves GuitarTracker, a Virtual Roadie

PR – MusicNomad improves GuitarTracker, a virtual roadie for keeping track and maintaining your gear

MusicNomad Equipment Care who introduced GuitarTracker in 2013, the first web based app to keep track and maintain your gear, has added a few new features. Most notably is the ability to export all your gear information to excel. “Exporting is a popular request for those that use this for insurance reasons as well as many music schools use Guitar Tracker to keep track of all their instruments” says Rand Rognlien. This free web app was developed for MusicNomad customers to use and is available to all musicians also. Hundreds of musicians have uploaded thousands of guitars since it was launched. Users create an inventory of their gear ranging from guitars, amps, pedals and more. For each item the user may upload photos, year-make-model, serial number, purchase price, string info, and more. Logging serial number and photos is critical in the case of theft. The database primarily focuses on guitars, but one may upload information on any equipment via your computer, tablet or phone.

GuitarTracker links to manufacturers’ websites, giving musicians the most up to date information about the care and maintenance of their gear, warranty, online forums, and replacement parts. Load in your preferred guitar repair shop info and email/share info for each guitar. GuitarTracker has pre-loaded maintenance tasks that suggest future dates to keep one’s equipment at its peak performance based on the user’s playing habits. Tasks such as set ups, clean/polish and humidify start/end dates are all built in. User’s notes and additional tasks may be added to further customize GuitarTracker for the individual. When a task is due, an email alert is sent as a reminder.   This is a great app for repair shops too!

The information stored on this site is private with no personal information required to sign up. Rand Rognlien, says “We don’t share it with third parties. Our goal is to educate gear owners about the importance of proper maintenance, which is something we’re passionate about and if you try our instrument care products that’s great too. ”

About MusicNomad:

MusicNomad Equipment Care products launched in 2010 are found in over 800 US Dealers and 35 countries. Their award winning guitar, drum and cymbal care products are used in the factories of Taylor, Tom Anderson, Vigier and Eastman Strings in addition to DW Drum and more. In 2013, they won Best in Show for Add-Ons and Accessories at NAMM and the annual Music Inc Product Excellence award for Guitar ONE all in one guitar cleaner, polish and wax voted on by music retailers. A portion of all equipment care sales funds the GuitarTracker so it remains free for musicians. MusicNomad also has a musicians’ advocacy website at The free website helps thousands of musicians for each month navigate the vast music industry by providing vetted resources, tips and articles to help further their careers. Web site categories range from how to tips on touring, band rehearsal studios, musician health support services and more.

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