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What’s New

Version 3.7.0

- support for iPhone X Max and Xr

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

champtko ,

Good App

I'm enjoying this app it has easy fingering and shows you your root notes in each scale!! Plus you've all the modes!! I wish I would've found this app when I first started learning guitar! Not everyone who says they can teach can and the same goes for guitarist who write books. Some people are in it for the love of how much money they can make off people! As for those who really love music and teaching guitar my hat goes off too you!!! Just so many dishonest individuals out there making learning guitar harder than it really is!! DOG(DEPEND ON GOD) not men!! Good day mate!!!

JimiDall ,

Wrong positions

Good, almost... the scale positions are wrong. Scale pattern 1 is actually pattern 5, every pattern is off like that. why? If you want to reinvent things, whatever, at least give the settings option to label it conventionally.

Developer Response ,

Hi Jimi
Thanks for your note. Pattern numbering is an intention - In FAQ it is explained like this :
Q: Why are patterns not arranged according to the fretboard?
A: Patterns are always arranged according to the patterns order in base "C" key or "a" key. In all keys of one scale, pattern shapes remain the same as in the base key, they are only shifted on the fretboard. When a user learns pattern shapes of a scale in the base key, he will automatically know all the pattern shapes in all keys, they will only be shifted on the fretboard according to the current key, e.g.: "1st pattern shape of a Pentatonic minor" starts on the fifth fret of the fretboard, while the "1st pattern shape of e Pentatonic minor"; starts on the 9th fret. The ninth fret is not at the beginning of the fretboard, but using this approach of keeping the pattern numbers for shapes in different keys, simplify the learning curve for pattern shapes of a scale.

I hope it will help you a little bit
Thanks a lot
Best regards,

Gainzilla ,

Does exactly what it claims.

I like this app for it's practical approach of separating the fretboard into easily memorizable patterns. This is essential for building muscle memory, speed,and confidence. Other, more traditional approaches map all the notes on the fretboard at once, which can be overwhelming.

I would like to see chords/progressions that can be used with each scale, or the ability to enter chord/progressions and get a list of scales that work.


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Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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