Keeping good time is very important and this handy little tool will help you keep in-time, every-time. Click on the grey/red dots to activate, and hit the stop button or space bar on your keyboard to stop all sounds including the A440hz reference tone.
Keeping your guitar in tune is very important even if you don’t play in a band, your ear needs to be trained to recognize pitches in standard tuning. Grab your guitar and start by playing the open E sixth string, that’s the thickest one, then click on the corresponding button to hear the pitch and […]
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Our Notes on the guitar neck chart will help you learn all the notes and their positions on your guitar neck (check out the Help tab for more info). You might want to also check out the Guitar octave chart too as this will help you to find any notes you need.
If you are having trouble reading scale pattern diagrams then this handy chart will help.
This handy guitar octave chart will help you find root notes all over the neck, therefore enabling you to play chords, scales and arpeggios in all different shapes or patterns.
If you’re having any trouble reading chord boxes then this handy chart should help you out.
If you’re having trouble reading our arpeggio pattern diagrams, then this handy help chart should resolve any questions you have.
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