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Free Guitar Chords & Guitar Scales Learning Tool For Beginner To Advanced Guitarists.
Conquering a new frontier, like learning a language or instrument, can be daunting, but with the right tools, it can be an extraordinarily rewarding new experience.
Guitarist's Reference is an all-in-one guide to help guitarists at all levels. The most fundamental part of playing the instrument is mastering the chords, and learning the intricacies of chord progressions. On the site we have everything you need to become a professional-level players, from diagrams depicting guitar chords and guitar scales to the most fundamental music notes and triads.
As you become more confident in your skills, the site's guitar chord encyclopedia will be your favorite companion to practice and playing. Housing more than 3000 of the guitar chords used most commonly, as well as easy-reference diagrams and chord-theory notes, it will help you stay on top of what you're learning and push your guitar knowledge even further so you can take on more difficult pieces.
Our web site also has a handy chord-scale relationship chart, which will not only guide you through what chords you're playing but why you're playing them in that situation, which will help you master your craft down the road. The chord scale relationships section features instructors illustrating how to determine which scales to play with which chords, so guitarists will never have to worry about chord changes again. It takes the worry out of one of the most critical aspects of making great music with your guitar.
Playing a chord but you're not quite sure what it is? The reverse chord finder tool on the site will help you figure it out. Just enter the notes that make up the chord and the site will relay back to you what chord you've discovered. So simple.
Even if you're not great at reading music, it shouldn't stop you from learning the guitar, and thanks to the arpeggios section, you can find any arpeggio you need quickly and easily, even if you don't excel at sight reading the music (all the arpeggios are featured in diagram form). This is especially ideal for beginners seeking a well-organized method of gathering a foundation which will serve for years to come. For those guitarists who already have a mastering of the basics, it's an easy-to-use reference of arpeggios for every possible musical situation.
As you'll quickly learn the more connected you come with your guitar, tuning is vitally important to your success in playing. Boasting over 100 of the most popular alternate tunings for guitar, explained in full detail, the web app is a one-stop-shop for any of your tuning needs, however advanced.
Whether you're just starting out with your guitar, or you're already attached at the hip. GuitaristsReference.com is the only site you need to visit to learn how to play better every day.