#1
Anyone got any apps they know of on the iPod touch and iPhone which can help your guitar playing?

All I've got is UG bookmarked :/
#3
theres a tuner, but thats all i know. you gotta pay for the decent ones. the good free one only gives you E standard, Drop D and some open tunings
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#4
use guitarists reference light

I think that's what it's called, it's great!
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#7
I've got GuitarToolkit on my iPhone 3gs. I like it. It's got the following:
Tuner
Fretboard showing scales
Metronome
Chords
And you can change instruments from 6-12 sting guitar, bass (4, 5, and 6 string), banjo, Mandolin, and Ukelele
I think it was $6 for the app. Edit, make that $10
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#9
I have a really good metronome, can't quite remember the name at the moment though.
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#12
^

this guy and promoting the iphone app.
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#13
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this guy and promoting the iphone app.
She sure doesn't look like a guy to me.

And what do you expect from someone who works in the UG office?



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#14
guy was a general term, i usually don't check people's profiles before i make a post to be positive of their gender.

and very true...
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