3 days ago

guitarLayers

Intervals - Major Third map
From a root looking at its major third. Make sure to be able to transpose this map into different keys in order to deduct it from any root.
... See MoreSee Less

Intervals - Major Third map
From a root looking at its major third. Make sure to be able to transpose this map into different keys in order to deduct it from any root.

1 week ago

guitarLayers

A first overview about some very basic guitarLayers functions from the Spanish guitar educator Luis PadrónAprende y domina las escalas, acordes y arpegios con esta fantástica herramienta, un software pensado para los guitarristas y bajistas. GuitarLayers es el so... ... See MoreSee Less

Video image

 

Comment on Facebook

1 week ago

guitarLayers

C Melodic Minor harmonized with four-notes chords in first inversion on the higher string set. Be sure your guitar is perfectly in tune 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

The harmonization and the inversions are automatically generated by guitarLayers

Karl Magee this looks cool

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

A guitar lesson about some basic, but fundamental, "building blocks" from David CartwrightEnhancing your Musical Abilities ... See MoreSee Less

Video image

 

Comment on Facebook

I certainly hope the lessons themselves help any learning the basic building blocks on the Guitar, And i certainly hope that the application guitarLayers has been shown in this series as a very useful and beneficial tool for learning, teaching, visualizing, analyzing, and experimenting with theory on the guitar. thank you guitarLayers, and all its staff, designers and creators, great job ! Brent David Cartwright, Peace hope love !

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

Minor Triad Pairs, a Romain Pilon Mini Lesson powered by guitarLayers.

www.guitarlayers.com www.romainpilonguitarist.com/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCOoXvw0CufWH6svRgz-GRwQ
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

Constructing a C Diminished Scale shape with a convenient custom notes-per-string distribution (1 4 4 2 4 3) ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

I love this app, ¡great job! Regards from Spain 😀 🤘🏽

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

A well sounding four-notes structure and some possible names (harmonic functions) for it ... See MoreSee Less

A well sounding four-notes structure and some possible names (harmonic functions) for itImage attachment

3 weeks ago

guitarLayers

"If you're always playing the correct notes, there's something wrong—you're not searching, you're not reaching for anything." - Ritchie Blackmore ... See MoreSee Less

If youre always playing the correct notes, theres something wrong—youre not searching, youre not reaching for anything. - Ritchie Blackmore

 

Comment on Facebook

I was reaching for a beer when it all went wrong.

Pratik Chitrakar

maybe one starts searching on the fretboard when the memory fades away ... and some actually starts that way from the very beginning

blackmore proving himself an idiot yet again

3 weeks ago

guitarLayers

Hi Guys,
this short video shows how to harmonize a major scale with Maj7(13) no5th chords in order to obtain a very modern sound.
Take your guitar and try how these shapes sound!
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

guitarLayers

QUICK TIP - When dealing with chords inversions and drop voicings, first select a proper String Set (the one that allows you to have the easiest-to-play shapes) and then browse them on it. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

guitarLayers

New 2.2.2 Update now available on the Mac App Store!

As previously announced GuitarLayers now includes, by default, a set of projects containing the shapes of a wide range of chords.

This is the second step in order to gradually provide, within guitarLayers, pre-compiled and ready-to-use contents that will also include Arpeggios.

Chord Projects List:
Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished Triad Chords - Closed Position Shapes; Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished Triad Chords - Drop 2 Shapes; Major 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Diminished 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 6th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 6th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 7th (#5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (#5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor Maj 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (Sus4) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes;

More info about guitarLayers at www.guitarlayers.com

Stay tuned and share!
... See MoreSee Less

New 2.2.2 Update now available on the Mac App Store!

As previously announced GuitarLayers now includes, by default, a set of projects containing the shapes of a wide range of chords.

This is the second step in order to gradually provide, within guitarLayers, pre-compiled and ready-to-use contents that will also include Arpeggios.

Chord Projects List:
Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished Triad Chords - Closed Position Shapes; Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished Triad Chords - Drop 2 Shapes; Major 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Diminished 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 6th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor 6th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Major 7th (#5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (b5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (#5) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Minor Maj 7th Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes; Dominant 7th (Sus4) Chord - Drop 2 and Drop 3 Shapes;

More info about guitarLayers at https://www.guitarlayers.com

Stay tuned and share!

 

Comment on Facebook

There's anything about GuitarLayers, on the store

2 months ago

guitarLayers

The Innovative App for the Creative Guitarist. guitarlayers.com/ www.facebook.com/guitarLayers/ ... See MoreSee Less

Video image

 

Comment on Facebook

2 months ago

guitarLayers

A Peter Bernstein favorite three-notes voicing ... See MoreSee Less

A Peter Bernstein favorite three-notes voicing

2 months ago

guitarLayers

The basic inversions of a seven chord are very difficult to handle on the guitar, mainly because they are very stretchy to play.
The term Drop2 comes from taking the 2nd highest note and drop it down an octave, this makes it possible to get the notes together in one position.
This video shows the drop2 voicings building process with guitarLayers.
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Joey Conn

Shown to be useful for this; however, I have an issue with its lack of using the correct spellings. Example, B Dorian. I need a G# spelling and not an Ab - strait from the theory books, use the correct spellings for the scale when harmonising.

2 months ago

guitarLayers

A Bb7 Sus4 (13) Drop3 voicing and an interesting one (Drop D2&3) using an open G string: some open string chord solutions you can now explore with guitarLayers to obtain your unique sound. ... See MoreSee Less

A Bb7 Sus4 (13) Drop3 voicing and an interesting one (Drop D2&3) using an open G string: some open string chord solutions you can now explore with guitarLayers to obtain your unique sound.

3 months ago

guitarLayers

Obtain automatically and quickly these TRIAD PAIRS inside a D Dorian and broke the linear sound of the scale for a more modern sound and phrasing!
Of course you can do the same with every scale you want and every couple of triads inside the scale.

guitarLayers
New video of the week, stay tuned 🙂
... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

guitarLayers

"Over the years I hope I've become more of a musican and less of a guitarist." - Larry Coryell ... See MoreSee Less

Over the years I hope Ive become more of a musican and less of a guitarist. - Larry Coryell

3 months ago

guitarLayers

Just by removing a single degree from a Major Scale you can obtain seven different Exatonic Scales. After that you have only to choose how shaping them on the guitar or bass fretboard and explore their sound. 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

guitarLayers

"The Advancing Guitarist" from the great maestro Mick Goodrick is a must-have book that has influenced generations of guitarists.
Whether you are a teacher or a student, use guitarLayers to visualize automatically and quickly on the fretboard the concepts shown in the book!
... See MoreSee Less

The Advancing Guitarist from the great maestro Mick Goodrick is a must-have book that has influenced generations of guitarists. 
Whether you are a teacher or a student, use guitarLayers to visualize automatically and quickly on the fretboard the concepts shown in the book!

 

Comment on Facebook

Youssef El Yaacoubi

Quando inserirete la possibilità di cliccare direttamente sul fretboard per inserire note in modo personalizzato?

Did you really made this?

this app is a joke don't waste you money

5 months ago

guitarLayers

New 2.2.0 Update now available on the Mac App Store!

GuitarLayers now includes, by default, a set of projects containing the shapes of the most used music scales.

Each project shows a single scale, in twelve keys, arranged on the fretboard by applying a given fretboard constraint: Common Shapes, Vertical Shapes, Three Note-per-String Shapes, Two Notes-per-String Shapes.

This is the first step in order to gradually provide, within guitarLayers, pre-compiled and ready-to-use contents that will also include Chords and Arpeggios.

Scales Projects List:
Minor Pentatonic Scale - Common and Extended Shapes; Major Pentatonic Scale - Common and Extended Shapes; Minor Blues Scale - Common Shapes; Major Blues Scale - Common Shapes; Major Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Major Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Natural Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Natural Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Melodic Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Melodic Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Harmonic Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Harmonic Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Harmonic Major Scale - Vertical Shapes; Harmonic Major Scale - Three and Two Notes per String Shapes; Whole Tone Scale - Vertical Shapes; Whole Tone Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Diminished HW Scale - Vertical Shapes; Diminished HW Scale - Four, Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Diminished WH Scale - Vertical Shapes; Diminished WH Scale - Four, Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Chromatic Scale - Vertical Shapes; Chromatic Scale - Four Notes-per-String Shapes.

Stay tuned and share!
... See MoreSee Less

New 2.2.0 Update now available on the Mac App Store!

GuitarLayers now includes, by default, a set of projects containing the shapes of the most used music scales.

Each project shows a single scale, in twelve keys, arranged on the fretboard by applying a given fretboard constraint: Common Shapes, Vertical Shapes, Three Note-per-String Shapes, Two Notes-per-String Shapes.

This is the first step in order to gradually provide, within guitarLayers, pre-compiled and ready-to-use contents that will also include Chords and Arpeggios.

Scales Projects List: 
Minor Pentatonic Scale - Common and Extended Shapes; Major Pentatonic Scale - Common and Extended Shapes; Minor Blues Scale - Common Shapes; Major Blues Scale - Common Shapes; Major Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Major Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Natural Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Natural Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Melodic Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Melodic Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Harmonic Minor Scale - Common and Vertical Shapes; Harmonic Minor Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Harmonic Major Scale - Vertical Shapes; Harmonic Major Scale - Three and Two Notes per String Shapes; Whole Tone Scale - Vertical Shapes; Whole Tone Scale - Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Diminished HW Scale - Vertical Shapes; Diminished HW Scale - Four, Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Diminished WH Scale - Vertical Shapes; Diminished WH Scale - Four, Three and Two Notes-per-String Shapes; Chromatic Scale - Vertical Shapes; Chromatic Scale - Four Notes-per-String Shapes.

Stay tuned and share!

 

Comment on Facebook

Diego Godoy

Make it for android!!!!

Hello GuitarLayers, any date as when you can port this great program to PC users ?

Thank you to everyone involved with development.

don't waste your money it's a rip off

+ View more comments

5 months ago

guitarLayers

"All musicians are subconsciously mathematicians" - Thelonious Monk ... See MoreSee Less

All musicians are subconsciously mathematicians  - Thelonious Monk

5 months ago

guitarLayers

Major Triad shapes with some notes-per-strings distributions automatically obtained with guitarLayers "custom shapes" engine. ... See MoreSee Less

Major Triad shapes with some notes-per-strings distributions automatically obtained with guitarLayers custom shapes engine.

 

Comment on Facebook

Holiday sale soon? Nope?

5 months ago

guitarLayers

“Learning never exhausts the mind.” - Leonardo da Vinci ... See MoreSee Less

“Learning never exhausts the mind.” - Leonardo da Vinci

5 months ago

guitarLayers

Today exploring this 4-notes chord structure and some possible chord names for it, before proceeding to find automatically its inversions and drop voicings on various string sets 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

Today exploring this 4-notes chord structure and some possible chord names for it, before proceeding to find automatically its inversions and drop voicings on various string sets ;)

 

Comment on Facebook

Ah! Thrilling chord! 👻

5 months ago

guitarLayers

"I believe every guitar player inherently has something unique about their playing. They just have to identify what makes them different and develop it." - Jimmy Page ... See MoreSee Less

I believe every guitar player inherently has something unique about their playing. They just have to identify what makes them different and develop it. - Jimmy Page

6 months ago

guitarLayers

Today exploring some interesting (stretchy) Fm7 (11) chord shapes 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

Today exploring some interesting (stretchy) Fm7 (11) chord shapes ;)Image attachment

6 months ago

guitarLayers

... See MoreSee Less

Load more