Become a dramatically better guitar player on-the-go with this simple, yet effective fretboard trainer! This tool will greatly improve your playing skill in just a few minutes each day by helping you learn the guitar fretboard notes through a fun, interactive game. The trainer covers all notes through 15 frets and will challenge you again and again to improve your time and note recognition. This is the official fretboard trainer app from Guitar Tricks, the original and best online multimedia guitar learning website. Over 2.1 Million members have learned to play guitar or improved their skill with our award-winning curriculum. App features: - Simple, easy-to-use interface - Elegant graphics - 90 fretboard notes over 15 frets - Multiple choice format with correct answer reinforcement - Learn guitar with tips, articles, and free video lessons from Guitar Tricks
I would give this app a 5 star rating if it worked with Apple OS 11 and higher. Please upgrade so I can use this app.
I need this app
Doesn’t work with IOS 11. Please update this app ASAP.
Incompatible with iOS 11.x. Was a great, free app until recently. Hopefully it gets an update soon.
Simple and effective. Very helpful to KNOW THOSE NOTES COLD!!!!! Thanks
Needs to be updated for the current iOS. Great for learning the notes. Wish there were more to it like more challenges and games. But, for a free app I like it.
Can listen to music without getting interrupted like all the other apps. It's a simple brain candy for guitarists. The longer you look at the fretboard seeing relationships, the more you can express yourself in music but everything starts with understanding the notes, sound and silence.
This is exactly what I need! Im at the point where in order to improve, I have to breakthrough and know the names of every note and where is it on the fretboard. This is exactly what I'd hoped for. Fret studies 101 flash cards. Thank you so much!
This is pretty much exactly as I hoped it would be - a simple, easy to use app that tests your knowledge of note names all over the fretboard. Of course it could be improved, as other reviews point out, but for a free app it's not half bad as a tool for a productive practice during lunch on a dirty construction site (where I work and wouldn't dream of bringing in even my travel guitar.) So now how about an app that asks you to build chords on a digital fretboard? Select the notes and you score points for building the requested chord...
If you are just starting to learn then this is a great tool to help you memorize.