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I started playing guitar about 2 years ago and i was horrible at practicing regularly. For a variety of reasons i just sucked at it. Uberchord was just what i needed and since Christmas i think I’ve made a lot of progress in very little time. I sound like a commercial. I think you are the only paid product i have ever bought! Great stuff, keep it up, I’m at almost 100 pics now!!!! You have to earn pics in the various exercises to open up more advanced exercises. Great visualization with finger numbers on strings & frets. You can also slow down drills which is key when i hit a hard one. The simple discipline of practice i needed of going between two chords, or more as i progress is what was missing from my lesson to lesson. Even at 5 stars this is under rated! Get started with the free parts and for me it was simple to buy it as i progressed and was for once excited to move forward. My set up for this is: Telecaster, cable to an iRig, iRig to iPad... iRig to Amp. I use an external Bluetooth speaker for output from the iPad (or iPhone) but use the mic in from the irig. So i had to buy a 2nd cable and iRig, but it can work with out that. Over Xmas i actually just went guitar to irig to iPad since i was at my in-laws. Also the chord finder is pretty cool as well.
I’ve had uberchord since the very first updates and was a very faithful user for quite some time. Although I had stopped before the new subscription plan had come out I was still happy to know that uberchord would let me use the old legacy paths and that I could return to finish them if I wanted. However after going on the app recently, I was very disappointed to see that these legacy paths had been removed from the app completely. I would sincerely appreciate it if I could get access to these paths again and would continue my use of uberchord if that happened Edit: I don’t know what happened but after logging into the app again after three days the old legacy courses were back. Thanks uberchord very much for creating such a quality app for guitar!
So I very much enjoy the app, I have been using it for only two days, but it keeps me motivated and pushes me to keep trying to learn something despite tender fingertips. I plan on purchasing a subscription for the app, but I wish it had two added features. 1. A legend somewhere in the app where you can acess the meanings of different symbols, I know the downstroke “U” sorta thing, but there’s a “V” symbol that I don’t know. I am sure that there’s various other symbols I will encounter and not understand. Keep in mind I am a new guitar player. 2. A sort of icon that you could press that goes over the instructions of the selected lesson. Other types of programs (not guitar related) have a sort of “i” up in the top corner or so, often ecliped in a circle. Having the aid of a refreshed instructions guide would be immensely helpful. There’s a certain lesson where I don’t know if I should keep strumming or not, and if I had that I would understand, or if I simply had better brain cells... Thank you, if you all read this and find any helpfulness from my review. I am sure to find some more great things about this app.
Put simply: this is one of the most aggravating, annoying apps I’ve ever used. It doesn’t really you what you did wrong, and it wastes your time. Instead of taking the time to fix your mistakes during many of the “progress-bar” based lessons, it just takes progress away and screws you over, as a post to taking the time to help you play the freaking chord. It feels as though they were giving out they’re app for free, so they saved their own time, by having these problems. But you know what? It’s one of the only free guitar teaching apps that’s even the slightest bit good, so, many people come crawling back to this, and guess what! I probably will too, and get ticked off all over again. Pay for Yousician or something, unless you like this then good for you! You probably knew guitar previous, unlike Me, who thought this highly regarded app could teach how to play with causing so much annoyance. Try it, if you feel so inclined, but I don’t recommend it.
This app has a decent tutorial to get you started and convince you to spend your money, but a horrible mic for reading chords. I thought it was just me being the beginner that I am playing the notes wrong even though I am following the exact instructions on how to play a chord. Turns out my frustrations were real. I had a music teacher come over so i showed him the app. He had similar difficulties (not as bad as me I’ll admit), but when you play a chord the app doesn’t read it properly. This can leave you stuck on a particular level and frustrate you out of your mind. I am now out of the two week period to get my money back and I just learned that it’s not me, it’s the app. Anyway, still not sure how I would contact support as there is no option in the app. Maybe this review will entice them to make it easily available or at the very least to contact me. I would not recommend this app to any beginning to learn guitar
Developed by Uberchord Engineering GmbH.
Uberchord | Learn Guitar is ranking in Education & Music
Last update was at Jun 11, 2021and the current version is 2.9.9.
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