Make sure you're sounding right
Guitar Chords Review
by on May 19, 2011
Mobile music-making apps aren’t usually up to much and, while Guitar Chords isn’t going to go that far to change that perception, it might be a valuable tool if you are a novice guitarist – though the app itself doesn’t generate music itself. But it will be of help because Guitar Chords’ key idea is to playback chords you’re learning so that you can check if they’re sounding right as well as show you where you should be putting your fingers to play each chord. The main advantage, says the publisher, is that you’ll no longer have to carry round printed material to help you with learning chords (though, we don’t think this is that much of an advantage as you’ll presumably have had to carry a guitar around with you). You certainly can’t knock this app for being shallow; it has over 300 chords on board and is pretty easy to use, you can easily browse and find the particular chord you’re after so if you’ve forgotten something you can quickly find out what you have wrong. Albeit something with a very specific purpose, Guitar Chords shows itself very useful app indeed.
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