Guitar and Bass 1.2.1

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/8/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
Gabriel Fernandez
Price:
Freeware
File size:
5.65 Mb
Date added:
April 22, 2017
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Description from the Publisher

Guitar and bass is a FREE Windows XP/Vista/7 software for fretted instruments, such as Guitar, Bass, Banjo, and Mandolin.

You'll get everything a musician need, including: Scale/chords/intervals references and exercises. A Tablature viewer and editor. Ear training exercises. And practice tools.

Features

  • Supports various instruments, tunings. Guitar (6, 7 string), Bass (4, 5 string), Banjo (4, 5 string), and Mandolin are supported by default.
  • New instruments, tunings, chords and scales can be added easily.
  • Complete scale/chords/keys reference.
  • Tab editor with a Tab library function. Quickly browse all your tabs.
  • Theory exercises.
  • Ear training exercises: Chords, scales, keys, intervals, and fretboard notes. Great for any musician!
  • Fretboard notes exercises: Learn the notes on the fretboard.
  • You can plug in and work with your guitar/bass to improve results.
  • Advanced metronome.
  • Jam band: Quickly write a chord progression and play over it with this tool.
  • Audio samples from real guitars used.
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