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Google Chrome app to help visualize the fretboard
#3051723 06/29/20 10:28 PM
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Hi everyone,

Just posting the info for this app that may be used to learn, study, preview, etc ,
things related to the guitar fretboard. From Scales, related Modes, Intervals,
add/del strings, changing tunings, etc.

Nothing fancy, but it helps me so maybe it may help you too.

It's free and available as a Google Chrome Extension. Since posting links is a bit
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, in case you're interested in, just go to the Google Chrome Store and
search for the word: fretnotes or fret{notes}

ps. once installed, read the contents in the: Keyboard Shortcuts and the next box
that contains info about editing: color, insert and delete notes. With that in mind
you're good to use the app.


All the Best, Ken

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Re: Google Chrome app to help visualize the fretboard
KenA #3051761 06/30/20 02:58 AM
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Welcome Aboard KenA! cool


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KenA #3051839 06/30/20 04:05 PM
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Thanks for the heads up KenA. That looks interesting and useful..... Welcome aboard.


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Re: Google Chrome app to help visualize the fretboard
KenA #3051949 07/01/20 02:16 AM
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Thank you all ... hope the app to help ... I usually use it to find my way on different tunings and to find different paths other that the basic 3 notes per string or 2/3 nps we all know ... what's interesting when you go an alternate scale path is that although you're using the same notes, the sequence may change and then your sound changes too ...


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