We Used this One Guitar App for 30 Days

Would you like to learn how to build a whole other level of guitar neck awareness? Well, there is a way to help you get better with your note names, with your intervals and even to begin understanding your guitar chords, guitar licks – or basically anything involved with how your notes sit on the neck...

If you want to build a better understanding for notes and intervals all over the neck, then I’m going to ask you to include this one guitar neck web-app into your training for at least 30 days. The best part is the app is 100% FREE to use!

The web-site URL is:

All you’ll need to do is take any shape that you're studying into the Guitar Neck Generator. The shape could be from a chord, a lick, a scale or a riff - it does not matter.

One you've added the notes onto the neck generator, just plot out all their names and intervals onto the fingerboard to learn more about the idea. It's that simple!


This FREE web-app will help you to apply various tools within the work-space and the tools found within the workspace will help you to quickly expand your fret-board knowledge.

In the video, I show you in detail how this one guitar web-app will not only help to increase your understanding of notes and intervals, but you'll also be able to transpose your ideas from the results of the neck generator anywhere along and across the entire fingerboard!

All you need to do is start adding the notes from anything that you are practicing into this Neck Generator and treat it as an exercise.

Use the Neck Generator as a supplement to your daily neck training over the next 30 days and the results will literally blow you away!

The "Guitar Scientist - Neck Generator" is an absolutely fantastic web-based app that was developed by guitarist and web-designer Jay Motta.

His web-site's neck app is without any doubt the best online guitar neck layout application web-site that I’ve ever seen or used!

For most guitar players, we generally start out by learning our chords, our riffs and licks by way of fretting shapes and patterns – or simply put – by just learning where to place our fingers on the neck.

And, while doing that is perfectly fine when you’re just starting out, it unfortunately doesn’t get deep enough into how our licks operate from a more “Guitar Theory” stand-point.

What I mean by that, is we don’t often enough actually learn what the intervals are, or what the note names are.

But, here’s the good news, Jay's web-site, (the “Guitar Scientist”), can take you up into that next level of learning the guitar neck very easily.

And the best part, incredibly enough, this web-site is 100% FREE. No fees to use, no login, no credit-card access!

Seriously, you won’t believe what this site does and all the developer asks for is a voluntary donation (if possible) to be able to help him support the continued expansion of this online interactive guitar neck web-app project.

The Basic Workspace Layout

Now that you have a basic idea for how the web-site works, I’d like to give you some direction for actually using it so that you can get the most out of the tools that it has for you.

I used this web-site myself over the last 30 days with a number of my own students (here in the studio), and I’d like to share with you a few things that I found worked very well when it came to the study of different Guitar Theory ideas. 

The site is excellent for organizing neck topics like; learning chords, understanding scales and licks, and developing fast ways to integrate those ideas directly onto the guitar neck.

Learning a I-IV-V:
I want to begin with something really common, and that is learning the relationship of notes from chords and how they relate back over to the key that you’re playing your song in.

For most guitar students, the chords that they play are fairly isolated. So, the student generally doesn’t know the notes of the chord and they don’t understand how a series of chords will relate back to a key signature.

Let’s use the Neck Generator to take a look at a basic 1-4-5 chord progression in the key of “A Major.”

Chord Functionality in a Progression

Lick and Riff Development:
Another area that students will often have trouble with - is understanding exactly what the notes are for a lick or a riff that they’re practicing.

But, with the Guitar Scientist - Neck Generator you can layout all the tones from any riff or lick and start learning exactly what the notes are that you’re dealing with.

Plus, you can re-locate those notes into other regions and also build other scale patterns that are related to those notes.

Let me demonstrate how easy it is to do something like this with the Neck Generator.

Re-Organizing Scales and Licks

As you can tell, this web-site’s guitar neck generator is really quite amazing for learning notes, learning intervals, transposing guitar lines, and just basically expanding upon any chord or any scale idea that you come up against while learning the guitar.

The Guitar Scientist - Neck Generator can help guitar players to better understand pretty much anything being worked on. Over time, students can more fully comprehend how (whatever it is that’s being practiced), could operate across the entire fingerboard within any musical key on the neck.

When I first discovered this application, (and I started using it with my own students), I just used it as a way to help my students better understand note names as well as note location.

As time went on, I started using it for; intervals, for transposing, and for helping my students better comprehend the way that notes are organized - along with - how valuable it is to always understand the intervals being used to create all of our scales and chord qualities.

It's come to be a "go to" app here at Creative Guitar Studio! Thanks jay, you've build a really fantastic web-app for guitar players world-wide!



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