Guitar Chord Voicing

Contains ads
4.3
76 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This app is desiged for finding guitar chords.
And also it provides learning course on chord voicings for beginner and intermediate.

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Updated on
Jul 11, 2018

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4.3
76 reviews
A Google user
September 23, 2018
I like what I see, and while I figured it out after a while, it really, really needs a tutorial of some kind. Parts of it aren't that intuitive, like when the app first opens and you're presented with two rows of notes. Pressing them doesn't appear to actually do anything. The results screen is great - logically laid out with the various voicings of the chord, but that first screen takes while to figure out how to select a chord for viewing. I went to the web page and found no help there either. Just a help screen would make this a five star app for sure. Keep up the great work!
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Kev Curry
November 19, 2022
This deserves some good reviews. Simple, basic, no bloat. Gives you every guitar chord you are ever going to need. All possibilities on the neck, shows which string has the root, 3rd, 5th etc. Swipe screen from the left and options for jazz shell chords, movable chords, open chords and more. There are chords there to suit everyone. Very flexible and informative. And the ads have only been a small bar at the top, not overbearing at all. Very pleased.
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A Google user
October 6, 2018
Most straight forward, easy to use interface I've seen on a chord app yet! And trust me, I've tried most of them! Developers, here are some oddities I'd love to see (not that it's something I'd expect to see though!): extended range ootions Alternate tunings Lefty (flipped) charts Thanks so much!
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What's new

Add:
- Playing chord voicing.
- Chord formula viewer.