A confession: My musical experience has heretofor been limited to keyed instruments: pianos, organs, a clavichord, and and bunch of synthesizers. I've never had the opportunity to spend enough time with a guitar to make it emit any sound that was, by any stretch of the imagination, pleasant. But thanks to the various "smart guitars" in the iPad Garageband App, I've begun to appreciate the many musical pleasures, and infinite musical possibilities, offered by the guitar. And I've finally figured out how to (start) reading some of the many guitar tabs available online and elsewhere. Which brings us to the question: It appears as if the Garageband guitar is limited to frets 0 through 7. Which is fine for playing the intro to Smoke On the Water - but leaves a huge chunk of guitardom (temporarily?) outside of my range of clumsy possibilities. Is there a method whereby you can access the other frets available on a regular guitar? Or do I need to rekey those tabs to a key that fits within Garageband's limited range? Or do I simply need to bite the melodic bullet, and part with another $500 to get myself a real guitar, like this sweet looking Fender Telecaster?