I received the game as part of Kickstarter pledge rewards, and I must say, the game is just awesome. Not just the gameplay which is very interesting, but there is a lot of music theory applied to it, as well as the historical figures who are in the field of music. By playing this game, musicians will be able to refresh and learned about music theory, and the famous people in the music field, without looking into boring texts and articles. People who have no music background be able to play this game, as the concept is quite clear and easy to understand. The game rules has moderations for newbies, which is able to get the players to be more experienced as they played the game more and be able to Handel the fight to be Lord of the Chords. Players may free to google some of the music theory or famous musical people to learn more.
Musicians and non-musicians (which includes classical music listeners and history geek) can learn about the famous people in music, both through the puns on the cards, and the photos well-photoshoped to create the face of the cards.
I love how the assets of the games are designed - the cards, the retail box, the tokens, but highlights go to the piano box, as it is very well designed. The box serves two purposes, which is able to carry all the contents of the game and also to act as a portable version of a model piano keys consisting of 2 octaves. The accidental coins are also great, as they feel like casino chips. Love the feel of the cards, very smooth and slick.
Overall, it is a well-made card game to teach people, both musicians or not, about music. A must-have for people who are musicians (singers or instruments players), card game enthusiasts, and those who listens to music.