Fretboard flashcard tool

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  1. phugoid

    phugoid SS.org Regular

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    After noodling around on the guitar for years, I realize that I don't know the fretboard note locations cold.

    So I built this tool for myself - I hope it might benefit someone else out there too. I made it ERG and alternate tuning-friendly. If you're just getting started with this, I suggest focusing on one string at a time.

    The link: http://fretcards.org/

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    Let me know if you have any feedback or find any bugs :)
     
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  2. OmegaSlayer

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    The link ;)
    Fretboard Flashcards - A free tool to help memorize note positions

    Seems cool stuff ^___^
    Thanks

    EDIT: About the settings, maybe you should made a single note as a preset with the cycling as an option.
    Cycling imho is not essential to the purpose of the applications, so stumbling on your page and seeing stuff changing every 4 seconds leaves puzzled.
    It's a bit counter intuitive imho.
     
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    Very cool. Will be useful when I'm bored at work!
     
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    Thanks for the contribution, it's so useful, and difficult to use it btw
     
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    That is absolutely brilliant! Thank you! My favorite features are the ability to change tunings and the flashcard intervals are set to your desire.
     

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