10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by corey hache on 30/12/2014
This app puts to bed that old teacher that doesnt like any of the music you do. On top of that your not spending hundreds of dollars a month trying to understand him!! Thanks ninebuzz!!
by Brian Cooper on 26/12/2014
Makes practicing scales fun.
by Dennis Clark on 25/12/2014
by Stephen Mathes on 11/12/2014
Use it daily. Thank you.
by Donald Wyckoff on 04/12/2014
Outstanding if you want to learn to solo!! Can't say enough!
by aluniwan on 27/11/2014
This is ok for jamming to blues major and minor scales, but if you're looking to jam over jazz progressions and common changes like 2 5 1s you'll be a bit disappointed. However I still use it a lot. The minor jazz sounds like reggae to me... but then again I'm not joe pass. Ok for 2quid
by brad umland on 25/11/2014
Needs more variety and ability to adjust tempo. It gets boring real quick. For $5 I am disappointed. Also the file size seems a bit excessive for such a basic app.
by christopher clenney on 23/11/2014
Needs chord chart please
by Ray Bradshaw on 19/11/2014
Great app! Actually sounds like I know what I am doing! Fun and straight foward way of learning scales. Thanks.
by raymond howlett on 09/11/2014
You have to loadall 6 parts would be help full to load one by one as connection wont hold out for all
by landon bailey on 31/10/2014
Great learning tool, and the interface is pretty good.
by Steven Bertasson on 30/10/2014
Great app for learning guitar for many reasons. Well thought up guys...
by Hank Early on 25/10/2014
Very limited. 4 styles of one song each.. To get the radomizer I " like them" on FB, what a joke, it just picks one of the other 4 styles. IMHO not worth paying, stay with free version
by Don Hambrick on 25/10/2014
Only thing I wish was that one could change the tempo on each style. They seem slow on some things.
by Lucas Arbuckle on 21/10/2014
What it really needs more than anything is a way to adjust tempo. The issue being the tracks may be too fast for beginners and too slow for advanced players. This really limits its practical function for a wider audience.