Need to find a specific fingering pattern for that difficult harmonic mode?
Or a reference for an new tuning style?
Or just need a simple tool to get your CAGED up to stratch?
Well, this is the ultimate fretboard fingering tool for guitarists!
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This online tool allows you to see which notes belong to specific scales. It's intended to aid learning, or simply act as a quick reference guide.
Mode refers to a particular scale, usually of seven notes. Each mode has a different melodic feel to it. Some, like the western church modes (including major and minor), are quite common. Others may be associated with a specific mood or culture.
Enharmonics - some notes e.g. F# and Gb are the same pitch, they are said to be enharmonic. You can choose which notation you prefer. Some modes may use sharp, flat and natural versions of a note - though this tool does not handle these yet!
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