RR Guitar Interval Trainer

RR Guitar Interval Trainer

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Having an understanding of the relationship between notes on the guitar
fretboard is a helpful skill for writing and improvising.

RR Guitar Interval Trainer is a tool to assist in learning the basic music theory of intervals and scales on the guitar fretboard. It works by repeatedly prompting the user to identify and complete intervals on the guitar fretboard.

RR Guitar Interval Trainer includes the following features:
- Customizable game profiles
- Right and Left handed fretboard
- Sound (optional)
- Customizable alternate tunings
- Fretboard interval explorer
- Full screen or scrollable fretboard

Tags: guitar trainer, guitar fretboard intervals, rr guitar trainer, rr interval, rr guitar interval trainer, interval trainer, guitar fretbord interval test, gitaar intervallen trainer, rr guitar interval trainer apk, guitar scale trainer.

Recently changed in this version

- Descending intervals now represented correctly as such (were formerly incorrectly shown as inversions of the descending interval).
- New configurable setting "Show Fret Markers" allows you to show or hide the fretboard inlays on the fretboard.
- App can now be moved to SD card.
- Minor UI improvements.
- Improved Icon and Logos.
- Bugfix: App quits on honeycomb devices when opened in landscape mode


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Comments and ratings for RR Guitar Interval Trainer
  • (66 stars)

    by A Google User on 26/02/2012

    Programming intervals is really tedious. It should be possible to select the type of interval, such as m7th, 3rd, 6th, etc, instead of having to manually enter every string combination. Also, 9ths are considered 2nds, 10ths are considered 3rds, etc. Ki

  • (66 stars)

    by Evan on 07/11/2011

    Fantastic tool, i recommend it.

  • (66 stars)

    by Michael on 07/06/2011

    If you want to go from pattern playing to soulful playing, memorize your intervals! Would be better if I could easily build games e.g. txt files on PC