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Practice and train your notes, scales and chord positions on a graphical guitar fretboard.
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Fret Ruler calculates frets positions on a string instrument fretboard. It is mainly used by liuthers who build stringed instruments like electric...
Calculate fret placement and string size for cigar box instruments.
Its not unusual. You picked up the guitar, you started learning by ear, and you got pretty good. You can rock a great campfire. For some reason,...
The best choice to learn all the fretnames on your guitarfingerboard by heart, without a guitar in sight.This is an app without luxuary, but based...
guitar fretboard trainer with chord & scale library
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