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Guitar Chords is a collection of the most common chords for guitar. Right now there are 2 to 3 variations of 15 different types of chords (i.e. Major, Minor, dim, 7, m6, etc.)<br><br>Already 360+ Chords and more to come in future updates!<br><br>If you enjoy this app please leave an iTunes review. If you have any problems or requests, you can email me (the developer) directly from the app!
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I am a professional musician. Occasionally, I still need to look up the more unusual chords. While the author says they’re basic, I guess that depends on how you define it. I highly recommend the app to anyone who needs to look up a chord quickly. There are two variations of each chord which is usually enough. That is, one you have the chord, you know the notes and can form the chord anywhere you’d like, which would be a good exercise for beginners. Right now the app is free, so you really can’t go wrong. It’s a nice, useful little app. My thanks to the author for making it available.
I have been casually playing guitar for many years. There have been times in my life that I played often and with other players. However, I did go through a period where I hardly played at all. Now that I am getting back to playing on a regular basis this app has been been great! Sure I have a chord finder book but with this app there’s no flipping pages. I feel that for an older player like myself or someone starting out this app is perfect! Thanks!
So far in learning chords with this app I have been able to learn one new chord after getting a bit mixed up by the dominant hand feature and I enjoyed it the whole time now I am hopeful to learn all the chords in the next couple of hours. It would be nice if it were possible to scroll through recently viewed chords to make learning a whole progression easier. Also the A6 chord appears to be wrong
I’m just starting to learn guitar and it is great to have a free app with no ads or other gimmicks, yet a very good set of chords. I play left handed and the dominant hand mode was a little unclear. I found another app with pictures of the strings tsunamis help orient me. Once I did, I realized that I wanted right hand dominant. Some way of indicating which lines represent which strings would help a lot. I’ll keep using this app as my main washing to study chords for the foreseeable future.
This app is really useful for looking up chords on the fly especially some slightly obscure ones you don’t see in your everyday pop or whatever. I would say it gets the fifth star in the rating when it shows more variations of each chord as it is currently limited in it’s versions of any individual chord. Still incredibly useful though. I’d recommend it.
Developed by John Walbolt.
Pocket Guitar Chords - Guitar Chord Reference is ranking in Music & Education
Last update was at May 12, 2017and the current version is 1.7.
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