# Chords / Scales / Tuner / Metronome / Game for Guitar
You can look up guitar chords and scales with a full-screened illustration of a guitar fret. Also you can play a sound of a chord or a scale. It shows a note name of a chord / scale and also it shows a fingering of a chord. Octaves can be distinguished by its color. To help tuning your guitar, a simple tuner is included. A simple game named 'Fret Master' is designed to help guitarists to memorize note names on a fretboard.
Total 2235 chords with 39 types of chord and 12 types of scale are available.
When a fret is touched, it plays a guitar sound. Navigate the fret by scrolling the background. For variations, simply rub the bottom bar.
Also, there's an option for a left-handed guitarlist.
:: Full Screen Guitar Fret
It shows a guitar fret over the entire screen except the header where you can select a key and a chord / scale. With the large image, chords can be seen from a distance. Hold your guitar with your two hands, put your Android on a desk.
:: 2235 Chords
39 types of chords are available. Each chord type has more than one chord, so it has 2235 chords total.
:: 144 Scales
12 types of scale are supported, and it results 144 scales with a combination of a root note.
Trust your ears! It can sounds an open string repeatedly. Try tuning your guitar while listening the repeated sound.
Metronome let user know the accurate tempo using sounds and a screen color. It supports an on beat and an off beat within 30 ~ 220 bpm.
:: Fret Master
Be a master of the Fret! Fret Master is a simple game that is designed to help guitarists to memorize note names on the fretboard. Tell the note name of the given note on the fret, or conversly find a note on the fret that matches to the given note name.
:: Chord Tones
Note name can be displayed. Higher octave notes are distinguished by color. Root note is marked with a star.
Fingering number can be displayed on a chord tone.
:: Left-Handed Guitar
An option for a left-handed guitar player is ready.
:: Sharp(＃) or Flat(♭) Notation
Which notation do you prefer? You can set what you hope to. If the system font doesn't support ＃ and ♭ characters, then # and b can be used instead.
:: Clearly Recorded Guitar Sound
Each of 6 strings responses and sounds independently to a screen touch. Of course you can strumming it. Every guitar sound is recorded clearly with a professional audio device.
:: Keep Screen On
Screen shouldn't turned off even if you didn't touch the screen repeatedly, because two of your hands have to handle your guitar.
:: Screen Orientation
The screen orientation can be locked to a portrait, a landscape or an auto.
:: Hardware buttons
Hardware keys such as a menu button or a back button can be disabled.
:: Followings are supported chords.
Major Add 9th
Major 6th / 9th
Minor Major 7th
Minor Add 9th
Minor 6th / 9th
Dominant 7th Flat 5th
Dominant 7th Augmented 5th
Dominant 7th Flat 9th
Dominant 7th Augmented 9th
Dominant 7th Flat 9th Augmented 5th
Dominant 7th / 6th
Dominant 9th Flat 5th
Dominant 9th Augmented 5th
Dominant Augmented 11th
Dominant 13th Flat 9th
Dominant 13th Flat 9th Flat 5th
Minor 7th Flat 5th (= Half Diminished)
Dominant 7th Suspended 2nd
Dominant 7th Suspended 4th
5th (= Power Chord)
:: Followings are supported scales.
Major (= Ionian)
Aeolian (= Natural Minor)
Melodic Minor (Ascending)