Guitar Chorderator for Windows 8.1
Guitar Chorderator is especially designed for those of you who plan on learning how to play the guitar. Its purpose is to assist aspiring guitarists in memorizing the notes that lie on the guitar's frets while working in a modern-looking environment specifically created for Windows 8.1 computers.
Included tutorial for acoustic, electric and classical guitars
Working with the application is easy, thanks to its intuitive layout and clear options. However, before starting, you are advised to read the tutorial so as to understand what each function does and get the most out of Guitar Chorderator.
While this application is running, your computer is practically transformed into a virtual guitar player. You have three types of guitars at your disposal, namely acoustic, electric and classical, each one with its characteristics. You can quickly switch between them using the 'Style' section to the upper right corner of the screen.
Marks the musical notes on the fretboard
By default, the guitar image display is intended for right-handed persons, but there is an option to turn it around and allow left-handed guitarists use it as well. The default side can be changed via the 'Settings' screen of Guitar Chorderator.
The 'Options' pane reveals drop-down lists that enable you to select the desired key and chord, displaying a preview of the guitar fretboard. Once you made your choice, the application marks the fret wires you must press with small yellow dots.
A handy tool for guitar aficionados
Simple in its core, Guitar Chorderator is worth having if you decide to learn how to play the guitar. With its help, a bit of study of musical theory and a lot of perseverance, you can memorize how notes are displayed on the fretboard and play songs on your guitar.