Download Guitar Fretboard Trainer apk 1.5 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 2.6 MB
To reach the highest levels of guitar playing it's essential to know where every note is on the guitar fretboard, completely and instinctively.
Guitar Fretboard Trainer is a learning tool designed by guitarist Stuart Bahn for aspiring guitarists. It is the best and most efficient way to learn the guitar fretboard.
Guitar Fretboard Trainer prompts you visually and with spoken audio, to find randomly generated notes on your guitar fretboard. Start with a single string then as your skills develop progress to two strings, then three, right up to all six strings of your guitar.
Set the time between each prompt using the onscreen slider to make the tests challenging but achievable. You will progress quickly and soon see the benefits of your training.
- No ads
- Low cost
- No gimmicks
- Simple clear layout
- No music-reading skills required
- Suitable for all guitar types and bass guitar
Guitar Fretboard Trainer is not a game; it is an learning tool for aspiring guitarists, created by guitarist and educator Stuart Bahn.
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If you are in any way dissatisfied with this app, contact us within 24 hours of purchase for an immediate refund.
This app is designed to run on all Android smartphones and tablets. Because there are nearly 2000 different Android devices in the world, we can't test them all! If you do have a technical problem with your device, please don't leave a bad review, just let us know and we will do our best to address it asap or refund your payment.
'Share it' button added
'Rate it' button added
Stuart Bahn part of our Education and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Feb. 28, 2015. Google play rating is 86.9565. Current verison is 1.5. Actual size 2.6 MB.
Great app Does exactly what you want it to do. No fuss, no hassle. Straightforward and effective.
Great app. One suggestion. I think one improvement would be the option to have the notes presented on a musical staff so the user could learn to read music for the guitar as well. Otherwise, no complaints.
At first I though this is way too simple and lacking. But by starting your focus on one string at a time it actually becomes effective. Suggestion:Would benefit from tweaking the aesthetic as it could look better on a tablet. Add 1-12 on the side for beginners and when speaking the note add the relevant note to each red dot it just brings a deeper focus to memory. Good app for what it does though.
Best app I could find I tried all the free fretboard training apps for Android and some web-based I could find, but this has been the most efficient method. I feel like I already learned a lot after a couple of 5 minute sessions. (I will update the review when I've trained more.) One request I have is that it would be nice if it would remember the settings even after the app has been stopped. It's a bit annoying to adjust the interval and image settings again.
Great app! This is the first fretboard app I've used that is genuinely useful. Good value, easy to use and does what it says it will.
Great App! I personally don't think I'm good at the guitar...yet. That's why I downloaded this app. If you are looking to learn the fretboard, (which this app WILL help you do) I suggest downloading this app! For anyone, beginner to a pro, this app will prove to be useful! Well made!
Gary McCarney A great no messing app, for novices to seasoned pros... Simple layout for straightforward learning
Impressive You can tell straight away that this app will genuinely help you learn the fretboard. Simple + clean + well-implemented = effective. Well done and thanks.
Nice app for guitarists who want to learn their way around the fretboard.
Guitar fretboard Great little app! I use my tuner to make sure I'm picking the correct note. Hopefully by the time I've finished this there will be an app for scale shapes. Great stuff well worth £1.50!
I don't get it It said in the description of the app that you can set it to one string at a time. Also there's no interaction. Maybe I just don't know how to set it up? I thought it would say a note and I'd have to touch the screen or ANY actual interactions.