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Guitarist's Reference

Guitarist's Reference

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ALL-IN-ONE Package: Guitar Chords, Scales, Triads, Arpeggios, Notes On The Fretboard, Reverse Chord Finder Tool, Chord Quiz, Alternate Guitar Tunings and Chord Scale Relationships.

+ Guitar Chord Encyclopedia: This handy app includes over 3000 of the most commonly used guitar chords, as well as information on chord theory and easy-reference diagrams. Don't forget to check out Chord Quiz feature to test your skill.

+ Everything About Guitar Scales: Everything you ever wanted to know about guitar scales, but were afraid to ask! Learn to use the entire fretboard with this incredible guitar scale reference! This app contains 42 scale types, including major and minor scales, pentatonics, the seven major modes, diminished, melodic minor, harmonic minor, and much more - in all keys!

+ Chord Scale Relationships: A Guide to Knowing What Notes to Play - and Why! Chord Scale Relationships feature teaches players how to determine which scales to play with which chords, so guitarists will never have to fear chord changes again!

+ Arpeggios For The Modern Guitarist: App allows players to find any arpeggio quickly and with ease. No music reading is required, as each arpeggio is shown in diagram form. Ideal for beginners seeking a well-organized, easy-to-follow guide to last a lifetime, and for consummate professionals who need a reference of arpeggios for every possible musical situation.

+ The Complete App of Alternate Tunings: 36 of the most popular alternate tunings for guitar are explained in depth. Player can view Scales, Arpeggios, Notes On The Fretboard in Standard or Alternate Tuning

+ Reverse Chord Finder Tool: Don't know a way to find out the names of chords you've come up with? This tool will help. Just enter your notes on the fretboard that make up a chord, and app will tell you what chord name is!

Other Features:
- Now supports multiple screen resolutions
- No need internet connection to look up chords, scales.
- Fast and accurate.
- Beautiful design, easy to read notes, chord and scale information
- Each chord comes with many positions.
- Easy to detect the Root note (see the blue circle)
- Supports Left and Right handed.
- You can add chords, scales, arpeggios... to favorites for easy access.

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Recently changed in this version

- Support Nexus 7 device (select screen size #6)

Comments and ratings for Guitarist's Reference
  • (69 stars)

    by Jeffrey Paul PaVan on 30/04/2014

    so do we have to pay extra to get the menu?

  • (69 stars)

    by ryan welch on 09/04/2014

    Awesome app

  • (69 stars)

    by Jack Bigelow on 29/03/2014

    really, this is awesome from a user and teacher piont of view. and i have looked at and bought a few, it doesnt work well on the phone yet, im assuming the will get the bugs out it, is still the best one for the money, thanks jack

  • (69 stars)

    by Russell Taylor on 13/03/2014

    Lots of good info and works as advertised.

  • (69 stars)

    by Jim Cutaiar on 04/03/2014

    I would give this app a SOLID 5 if you had SOUND with this app. It would especially help novice players such as myself. PLEASE UPDATE SOON, WITH SOUND, IT WOULD SURELY BE A HUGE PLUS!!! AND LIKE I SAID, I PERSONALLY WOULD GIVE THIS APP A SOLID 5!!!!!!! THANX GUYS!!!!! JIM C. From Harrisburg, Pa.

  • (69 stars)

    by Will v on 27/02/2014

    There is no menu button on the HTC one version and the program doesn't work without it... Please fix!!! Then I'll change my rating.

  • (69 stars)

    by David Lanterman on 15/01/2014

    What would really be cool if you could hide strings so the app could be adapted for bass guitar, and most definitely audio would be really nice for the notes. Other than that awesome app