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Fretronome
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Fretronome is designed for guitarists to support them in learning the notes and intervals on a guitar fretboard. It's pretty simple, with the first button press it selects a note or interval on the fretboard, with the second it displays the name of the note or interval. New: It now contains a quiz mode where you can test your skills Support for left-handed guitarists!
It is very handy
by sam gibbs on 2012/04/10 18:59
It told me everything I needed about how to play notes but at the to of the fret instead of It being note 'b' it says 'f' otherwise I would have rated 5.
simple is best.
by Spookyzootoo on 2012/03/20 16:53
This app is simple but completes it's purpose well. It doesn't get bogged down with different settings and options it just gets to the meat and potatoes of testing your knowledge of interval positions on the fretboard. There is no audio, but it this is not needed....it's not ear training, it's interval position recognition. And it's free. You have nothing t lose if this sounds like something that could help you.
Quite handy, but...
by Gitface48 on 2011/03/20 07:08
Developers, please note that on the fretboard you have put an H instead of a B. Apart from that, it's quite a handy little app.
simple is best.
by Spookyzootoo on 2012/03/20 16:53
This app is simple but completes it's purpose well. It doesn't get bogged down with different settings and options it just gets to the meat and potatoes of testing your knowledge of interval positions on the fretboard. There is no audio, but it this is not needed....it's not ear training, it's interval position recognition. And it's free. You have nothing t lose if this sounds like something that could help you.
It is very handy
by sam gibbs on 2012/04/10 18:59
It told me everything I needed about how to play notes but at the to of the fret instead of It being note 'b' it says 'f' otherwise I would have rated 5.
Quite handy, but...
by Gitface48 on 2011/03/20 07:08
Developers, please note that on the fretboard you have put an H instead of a B. Apart from that, it's quite a handy little app.
Screenshots
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App name
Fretronome
Description
Fretronome is designed for guitarists to support them in learning the notes and intervals on a guitar fretboard. It's pretty simple, with the first button press it selects a note or interval on the fretboard, with the second it displays the name of the note or interval. New: It now contains a quiz mode where you can test your skills Support for left-handed guitarists!
It is very handy
by sam gibbs on 2012/04/10 18:59
It told me everything I needed about how to play notes but at the to of the fret instead of It being note 'b' it says 'f' otherwise I would have rated 5.
simple is best.
by Spookyzootoo on 2012/03/20 16:53
This app is simple but completes it's purpose well. It doesn't get bogged down with different settings and options it just gets to the meat and potatoes of testing your knowledge of interval positions on the fretboard. There is no audio, but it this is not needed....it's not ear training, it's interval position recognition. And it's free. You have nothing t lose if this sounds like something that could help you.
Quite handy, but...
by Gitface48 on 2011/03/20 07:08
Developers, please note that on the fretboard you have put an H instead of a B. Apart from that, it's quite a handy little app.
simple is best.
by Spookyzootoo on 2012/03/20 16:53
This app is simple but completes it's purpose well. It doesn't get bogged down with different settings and options it just gets to the meat and potatoes of testing your knowledge of interval positions on the fretboard. There is no audio, but it this is not needed....it's not ear training, it's interval position recognition. And it's free. You have nothing t lose if this sounds like something that could help you.
It is very handy
by sam gibbs on 2012/04/10 18:59
It told me everything I needed about how to play notes but at the to of the fret instead of It being note 'b' it says 'f' otherwise I would have rated 5.
Quite handy, but...
by Gitface48 on 2011/03/20 07:08
Developers, please note that on the fretboard you have put an H instead of a B. Apart from that, it's quite a handy little app.