3 days ago

guitarLayers

Of course guitar blogs can be very good content resources, softwares can be great aid tools but... nothingโ€™s comparable with a good teacher if you need it! ๐Ÿ˜‰ ... See MoreSee Less

Of course guitar blogs can be very good content resources, softwares can be great aid tools but... nothingโ€™s comparable with a good teacher if you need it! ๐Ÿ˜‰

5 days ago

guitarLayers

MODES AND RELATED CHORDS SHAPES!

The practical and most effective way to learn, understand and use modes is associating them to the chords (and inversions) they are related to, along the whole fretboard. And notice: each of the five shapes can be every one of the seven modes, depending where we place the root inside it!

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Rosanne Maarschalkerweerd

I don't understand the -related chord shapes- how can I use the given patterns to form a chord?

Awesome

Awesome

Looks really interesting and like a viable tool. However I'll never own i/apple anything! So when you guys get it together and release other platforms I'll give this a go.

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7 days ago

guitarLayers

ARPEGGIOS WITHIN THE MAJOR SCALE, TWELVE SHAPES!

The twelve major scale vertical shapes harmonized with four-notes diatonic arpeggios.

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Thanks You

Roger Alexander Gregersen

Kieran Pearce

7 days ago

guitarLayers

"As well as the usual ones, I'd play whole tone scales, diminished, dominant sevenths, and chromatic scales. Every chord form, all the way up, and this took an hour." - Joe Pass on practicing ... See MoreSee Less

As well as the usual ones, Id play whole tone scales, diminished, dominant sevenths, and chromatic scales. Every chord form, all the way up, and this took an hour. - Joe Pass on practicing

1 week ago

guitarLayers

A student has asked us a D Dorian chord/scale map.
Here it is! ๐Ÿ˜‰
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A student has asked us a D Dorian chord/scale map.
Here it is! ;)

 

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In which circunstances we can apply this patterns

This patterns are major and minor scales....correct?

Android version??

1 week ago

guitarLayers

FOUR-NOTES ARPEGGIOS VERTICAL SHAPES!

Vertical shapes of some of the principal seventh-chords arpeggios. Notice that you can derive two different shapes from those containing a same note on the 2nd and 3rd strings.

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Is all of this already in guitar layers or do I have to copy this into GL?

The world need this thing on windows.

Anamika Tamuli

Natiq Kamilov

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

IT'S TIME TO STUDY A NEW TUNE!

Visualizing arpeggios inside scales is a powerful way to learn how to play over chord changes, avoiding that scales sound simply like scales!

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ITS TIME TO STUDY A NEW TUNE!

Visualizing arpeggios inside scales is a powerful way to learn how to play over chord changes, avoiding that scales sound simply like scales!

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How are you using iReal Pro with GuitarLayers? They donโ€™t work together do they?

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

MAJOR SCALE HARMONIZED WITH INVERSIONS

E major scale harmonized with drop2 diatonic chords and related inversions on higher strings sets.

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Arnaud Facultatif

Mohamed Y. AbdelfatahMohamed Y. Abdelfatah

2 weeks ago

guitarLayers

โ€œTime you enjoy wasting, was not wasted.โ€ โ€“ John Lennon ... See MoreSee Less

โ€œTime you enjoy wasting, was not wasted.โ€ โ€“ John Lennon

3 weeks ago

guitarLayers

MINOR PENTATONIC 3 NOTES-PER-STRING SHAPES

Whether you play them by shifting your hand, by stretching your fingers, or simply by reaching some notes with tasty strings bendings,
these unconventional shapes can be very useful to take your pentatonic playing to the next level.

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Make one for PC or Android ๐Ÿ™ soon and take my money.

I love the Mac version but would love an iOS app to share shapes back and forth

Brad Gill You should start your scale learning journey from this illustration

love it

Exactly what I have been working on lately thanks

James Pryor

Gastรณn Maydan

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3 weeks ago

guitarLayers

[Quick Tip] If you have trouble with chords inversions, guitarLayers allows you to calculate automatically inversions for any kind of chord, on a given string set, in real time.
First select the string set you want to visualize the inversion on, and then select the inversions with the related button (or the < > arrows).

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[Quick Tip] If you have trouble with chords inversions, guitarLayers allows you to calculate automatically inversions for any kind of chord, on a given string set, in real time. 
First select the string set you want to visualize the inversion on, and then select the inversions with the related button (or the < > arrows).

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3 weeks ago

guitarLayers

FROM MINOR 7th ARPEGGIO TO MINOR SCALES!

Starting from the four-notes m7 arpeggio, obtaining the principal minor scales by gradually adding some degrees to each of its five CAGED shapes.

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I appreciate your posts they are a great help, keep up the good work

Great Posts

Ivon Magbanua

4 weeks ago

guitarLayers

Having a good time learning and teaching with guitarLayers! ๐Ÿ˜‰ ... See MoreSee Less

Having a good time learning and teaching with guitarLayers! ;)

 

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Sempre aspettando la versione di Windows

4 weeks ago

guitarLayers

Exploring some tricky Rootless Chord voicings and related inversions with guitarLayers: C F G E = Dmin 11

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Exploring some tricky Rootless Chord voicings and related inversions with guitarLayers: C F G E = Dmin 11 

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To Windows please!

Please make it available on Google play store

I still haven't figured out how to use this app

4 weeks ago

guitarLayers

MELODIC MINOR DIATONIC ARPEGGIOS!

Here five Melodic Minor Scale shapes harmonized with one-octave diatonic arpeggios. Practice them as a sequence and use each single arpeggio to break the linear sound of the scale when improvising.

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1 month ago

guitarLayers

MINOR PENTATONIC & "BLUE" NOTES!

Some additional colors (degrees) you can add to your pentatonic Five Shapes to play the blues.
Do not play them as a sequence,
but listen from records and from the greatest players how to play and feel each of them.

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1 month ago

guitarLayers

"Life isn't all me. I have a family to support.
I can't rob them of a good life simply because I want to play something." - George Benson
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Life isnt all me. I have a family to support. 
I cant rob them of a good life simply because I want to play something. - George Benson

1 month ago

guitarLayers

Minor Scales: OBLIQUE SHAPES!

These shapes are obtained by setting a convenient three/four notes-per-string distribution. Apply the same concept to every scale you might want to play along the whole fretboard!

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Jerome Madrid kuya solid to

C Harmonic minor scale 7 chords please tell me

Are you planning on putting the app on Android or PC?

The the guitar layer app available for Windows operating system?

Mike Champ Rocher

Richard Frisby

Eliezar Cadacio

It's not so useful if it's only for Mac...

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1 month ago

guitarLayers

Same Notes, Different Chords!

This four-notes chord and its related inversions can work, at least, as 4 different chord qualities: Cmaj7 (b5) - Am6 (9) - D7 (9,13) - Ab7 (#5,#9). The degrees help to understand why. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Email adress please

1 month ago

guitarLayers

How many ways to play a Major Scale?

Here some of the most used shapes: 5 Basic, 12 Vertical, 7 three notes-per-strings, 7 two notes-per-strings. Enjoy ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Do you have to learn them with specific fingerings or can you work out the easiest way to finger them on your own

Javier Quesada #allright

1 month ago

guitarLayers

Open Triads Beauty

Try this open triads progression. Consider also to play it by adding the B and E higher open strings. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Open Triads Beauty

Try this open triads progression. Consider also to play it by adding the B and E higher open strings. ;)

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1 month ago

guitarLayers

F Harmonic Major scale automatically harmonized with 4-notes chords and related inversions on the first string set.

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Lot to learn

1 month ago

guitarLayers

The Diminished H/W scale suites very well to improvise over altered dominant chords but also over minor chords pedals in order to obtain a sort of IN-OUT sound.

Here its symmetrical Vertical Shapes along the whole fretboard.

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The Diminished H/W scale suites very well to improvise over altered dominant chords but also over minor chords pedals in order to obtain a sort of IN-OUT sound.

Here its symmetrical Vertical Shapes along the whole fretboard.

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I wish I had a Mac to get this program!

1 month ago

guitarLayers

โ€œLearn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.โ€ - Pablo Picasso ... See MoreSee Less

โ€œLearn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.โ€ - Pablo Picasso

 

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usavo mac adesso windows non si puo avere l'app pure li?

Frank Zappa explained a similar concept.

2 months ago

guitarLayers

[Quick Tip] The "Copy Current to Clipboard" function allows you to copy Groups of Fretboards and paste them after a Group belonging to the same project or to a different project.

You can do the same with single Fretboards or Layers by selecting "Copy Current to Clipboard" and "Paste After from Clipboard" from the "Fretboards "and "Layers" menus.
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2 months ago

guitarLayers

Wishing you a new year rich with the blessings of love, joy, and tons of music and guitars! ๐ŸŽธ๐ŸŽธ๐ŸŽธ ... See MoreSee Less

Wishing you a new year rich with the blessings of love, joy, and tons of music and guitars! ๐ŸŽธ๐ŸŽธ๐ŸŽธ

 

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New year wish was a quick iOS release of this program. ๐Ÿ˜†

2 months ago

guitarLayers

The IIm7 - V7 - Imaj7 progression is one of the most common chord progressions you can find in tunes of all genres, from popular to jazz music.
Here three chord-scales shapes, very common among jazz musicians, to improvise on a Cm7 - F7 - Bbmaj7 progression.
Practice with them and find your own sound ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡
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The IIm7 - V7 - Imaj7 progression is one of the most common chord progressions you can find in tunes of all genres, from popular to jazz music.
Here three chord-scales shapes, very common among jazz musicians, to improvise on a Cm7 - F7 - Bbmaj7 progression.
Practice with them and find your own sound ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡
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