RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer

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Help yourself to become a better guitar player by learning the fretboard while away from your instrument!

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer is a tool to assist in learning the guitar fretboard. It works by prompting the user to find and identify notes on the guitar fretboard. RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer will track your progress and allows you to view your statistics and generate new games based on your trouble spots.

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer includes the following features:
- Customizable game profiles
- Right and Left handed fretboard
- Standard 6 string guitar, or any number of strings 4 (bass) up to 10 strings
- Sound (optional)
- Customizable alternate tunings
- Fretboard explorer
- Full screen or scrollable fretboard
- Statistics tracking
- Automatic game creation using your individual trouble spots

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Recently changed in this version

- Fix latency issues on Samsung Galaxy S5


Comments and ratings for RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer
  • (75 stars)

    by Greg Obrien on 14/02/2014

  • (75 stars)

    by Vasilis Kourepinis on 10/02/2014

    The app does what it says. The only problem that I have is the responsivness when I touch the screen to indicate the note. I have to press 3 times at minimum. Galaxy S3

  • (75 stars)

    by Jerry Glassow on 04/02/2014

    Would love to see note symbols included as well.

  • (75 stars)

    by Andy Daniel on 19/12/2013

    Very useful app. I'm finally getting to know the notes after playing guitar for a year.

  • (75 stars)

    by Dan Ware on 18/12/2013

    It would be nice to have it name either a sharp or flat randomly instead of giving both (only C# or Db as opposed to asking for C#/Db). Also the targets need to be bigger for identifying a note on a string. Why not make the whole fret work as a target since it already told you what string you're identifying the note on?

  • (75 stars)

    by Carson Axtell on 14/12/2013

    Good way to learn fretboard notes, but there is a noticable lag between pressing your answer and the program recognizing or responding.

  • (75 stars)

    by Joe Pighetti on 29/11/2013

    Does exactly what it says. Love the stats graphics and the ability to make a game out of the issue areas!