RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer


Help yourself to become a better guitar player by learning the fretboard while away from your instrument!

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer is a tool to assist in learning the guitar fretboard. It works by prompting the user to find and identify notes on the guitar fretboard. RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer will track your progress and allows you to view your statistics and generate new games based on your trouble spots.

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer includes the following features:
- Customizable game profiles
- Right and Left handed fretboard
- Standard 6 string guitar, or any number of strings 4 (bass) up to 10 strings
- Sound (optional)
- Customizable alternate tunings
- Fretboard explorer
- Full screen or scrollable fretboard
- Statistics tracking
- Automatic game creation using your individual trouble spots

Recent changes:
- Fixed issue where buttons not displaying text on extremely high res handsets.
- (2.2.4) Fixed font color on tuning editor
- (2.2.4) Improved touch sensitivity for super sensitive handsets (inc. Galaxy S5) that mis-report taps as flings to GestureDetector
- (2.2.4) New option to disable unicode characters for handsets that do not properly display flat and sharp symbols
- (2.2.4) Fix bug that resets all app settings on statistics reset
- (2.2.4) Fix bug in saving tunings with flat notes
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$2.99
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4.7
User ratings
151
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
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File size
1300 kb
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About RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer
Help yourself to become a better guitar player by learning the fretboard while away from your instrument!

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer is a tool to assist in learning the guitar fretboard. It works by prompting the user to find and identify notes on the guitar fretboard. RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer will track your progress and allows you to view your statistics and generate new games based on your trouble spots.

RR Guitar Fretboard Trainer includes the following features:
- Customizable game profiles
- Right and Left handed fretboard
- Standard 6 string guitar, or any number of strings 4 (bass) up to 10 strings
- Sound (optional)
- Customizable alternate tunings
- Fretboard explorer
- Full screen or scrollable fretboard
- Statistics tracking
- Automatic game creation using your individual trouble spots

Recent changes:
- Fixed issue where buttons not displaying text on extremely high res handsets.
- (2.2.4) Fixed font color on tuning editor
- (2.2.4) Improved touch sensitivity for super sensitive handsets (inc. Galaxy S5) that mis-report taps as flings to GestureDetector
- (2.2.4) New option to disable unicode characters for handsets that do not properly display flat and sharp symbols
- (2.2.4) Fix bug that resets all app settings on statistics reset
- (2.2.4) Fix bug in saving tunings with flat notes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 25, 2015
Statistics 101 The statistics are not very useful. The average isn't a very good measurement for how well you know some fretboard position. A better one would be a median of last 10 answers, for example.
A Google User
Feb 9, 2015
Great way to learn the fretboard and helps with ear training.
A Google User
Dec 30, 2014
No sound and... No sound on Galaxy S3 with sound box checked. Also, accidentals are gray, not white in "locate" note section of game. No biggie, but...
A Google User
Dec 6, 2014
Great, but... Terrific app! Its a great and fun way to practice on my down time at work. BUT, when selecting a tuning when I go to create a game...the letters are super dark and I have to highlight them to barely see them. Just some friendly feedback because it seems like you care about what your fans have to say!
A Google User
Nov 20, 2014
Great If I could make a suggestion: with the "find this note on this string" questions - on the non-scrolling and scrolling fretboards - consider placing the wanted note in a large font above centre the fretboard. It will make it more enjoyable if you don't have to take your eyes off the fretboard, look for the wanted note in the upper left corner of the screen, and then take your eyes back to the fretboard to find the note. REALLY GREAT APP GUYS!!
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