JamBox Chords & Scales

JamBox Chords & Scales


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JamBox – the guitar app for chords and scales.

JamBox is a dynamic app for guitar chords and scales. Specify a chord and the app will provide you with extensive information on fingering, handle lengths, the notes contained in the chord, blank and muted strings, Barrée sizes supplemented by the music-theoretical groundwork such as scales and intervals. Are you interested in more features? Take a look at JamBox Pro.

- chord Modes: 50 (calculated)
- scales: 5
- dynamic scale calculation
- split bass/slash chords: Free split bass note option for any chord
- chord thumbnails
- notes display
- progression display
- info panel (Included notes, Progression, Used Fingers, notes in chord, chord span, missing notes, empty strings, muted strings, barree size, min/max frets)
- instrument: 1 (guitar)
- supported tuning: standard
- left handed option
- capotasto function

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Recently changed in this version

- updated air framework
- fixed bugs
- improved performance

Comments and ratings for JamBox Chords & Scales
  • (46 stars)

    by Alfred Hunt on 11/05/2014

    I'm in love with this app! I've used dozens before this only to be disappointed. But Jam Box provides you with all the information on chords and scales that you need. And it's laid out so that it's easy to read and practice to! It even tells you the progression, the fifth notes and every note up to the octave. I recommend this to anyone who takes music seriously.

  • (46 stars)

    by Evan Houston on 14/01/2014

    Different neck styles maybe? like maple?

  • (46 stars)

    by Mark Rand on 26/12/2013

    Great APP

  • (46 stars)

    by Hau Tan on 21/05/2013

    why a neutral 7 is in the "minor" scale? ??? if i remember correctly it should be b7…

  • (46 stars)

    by miguel alba on 21/02/2013

    Scale labeled as "minor" is actually melodic minor not natural minor as usually implied by the "minor" referance...natural minor scale not available

  • (46 stars)

    by Roger Asher on 27/12/2012