The QChord Digital Songcard Guitar is an electronic music synthesizer designed for use by children and adults with fine motor disabilities. The device enables the player to make music simply by pressing buttons and moving a hand up and down the strum plate. Shaped like the body of an electric guitar and designed for both musicians and those who have never played an instrument, this unit features a strumplate that strums like a guitar and a push-button keyboard that plays a range of chords or a melody like a keyboard. The unit also features more than 100 instrument voices (acoustic guitar, grand piano, harpsichord, violin, sound effects, etc.) and 10 rhythms (rock, march, waltz, etc.). QChord offers multiple skill levels that add more features as players become more proficient. The E-Z play mode, eliminates more complicated sounds and features, enabling users to make music on the first try. More advanced players can explore the four-octave melody keyboard, MIDI interface, automatic bass lines, variable sustain, reverb, vibrato, pitch blend wheel, and more. The unit also offers volume controls, button controls with LED indicators, and a two-digit LCD display for instrument voice selection and optional QCard song display. The unit is equipped with a headphone and MIDI in and MIDI out jacks. POWER: Uses 8 C batteries or a plug-in alternating current (AC) adapter (included). A direct current (DC) adapter for plugging into an automotive cigarette lighter is optional. OPTIONS: A plug-in Rhythm Style QCard with 30 additional rhythms, a variety of plug-in QChord song cartridges, QChord song books, a molded case, an adjustable strap, a stereo cable to enable the QChord to be played through a home stereo system, stereo headphones, an amplifier, and a QChord demonstration video.