Learn Guitar: 3000 Chords

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4.1
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About this app

"3000 chords" is the largest chords database you would find in an application. Use this application to memorise the different chord shapes on the guitar. This app helps you to kick-start with learning guitar. The inbuilt chord and ear training games helps you to memorise and identify chords faster.

Don't memorise the unreliable content from the web search and later find it to be wrong. If you are serious about learning guitar this app would be very useful to you.

We know how hard it can be for the left hand guitarists to find chords since most of the online chords are adapted for right hand guitarists. Hence we have added support for the left hand guitarists aswell.

- Free application (with ads, remove ads option available)
- 3D Guitar View
- Chord Diagrams
- Finger Positions on the diagrams
- Free Chord Training Game
- Free Ear Training Game
- Create Favourite lists and train on them
- Chord Construction - Individual string details
- Original chord sound recorded on a real guitar
- Easy Navigation between chords
- Search Chords functionality
- Same chords on different fret locations.
- Left hand guitar chords


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Updated on
Aug 15, 2022

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4.1
1.48K reviews
Phil The Pill
October 18, 2021
I just downloaded this app today, so my review will have to be updated over time. But I've been searching all day for an app that would help train me to recognize a chord by just hearing it. I couldn't find one until I found this app. I view myself as an "advanced beginner" on guitar. I've been stuck here for several years. Once or twice a month I play rhythm on the guitar for songs I sing to a small local audience. Some other local musicians play, singing songs or just playing with the current song being sung. I have not figured out how to recognize what chords they are going to while they are playing and singing their songs, so I just sit there. I know open chords just fine and that is what I play with my songs I sing. I want to be able to play rhythm with the guys while they sing and play THEIR songs. My friends play mostly Country music, so I'll be able to play rhythm with them if I can recognize (using the key of G as an example) the I (root - G), the IV (C), the V (D), and the Relative Minor (Em). This app tests me on exactly those! Wonderful! The Ear training part takes chords in a certain key and tests you on them by hearing the chord being played - exactly what I need. The sound is a little tin sounding, but I compared the sound of the app with my guitar and the sounds are genuine. I will be looking into the app's other features as I get opportunity.
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123MobileApps
October 20, 2021
Thank you for the review, we hope this app helps you go further in learning. Please email us if you have any detailed reviews or would like to see any changes in the app. We'll be happy to hear and improve.
Tiffany Sharon
January 28, 2021
What I like: - Ability to isolate strings and labels of what note each string is on every chord diagram. - Chord lists for practicing different chunks of chords. - The newer simple list display is better, in my opinion. - Dark mode! What I don't like: - Not able to add spaces in chord list names, such as when naming them after a song title. - 3D view is kinda useless, in my opinion. I don't need to see an entire guitar when no part below the fretboard is helpful.
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123MobileApps
January 30, 2021
Thank you Tiffany, We will surely look into your reviews and work on improving the experience
A Google user
March 8, 2020
Best chord app I've seen yet. I can think of only one thing that would make it the best. When you switch and go into each individual note, bring up the most common chords and seperate them from the rest of the chords. For example, bring up the minors just after the major. Saves time and confusion for beginners.
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123MobileApps
March 8, 2020
Hi Rick thank you for the feedback , we will be looking into this :)

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