Matt Warnock Guitar 251 Chords
By Leafcutter Studios Ltd
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Have you been spending hours in the practice room learning chord voicings and different inversions, but struggle when it comes time to take these chords to tunes and common progressions?
Are you tired of leafing through big chord dictionaries only to find that they don’t help you apply the shapes to actual music once you get them under your fingers?
If you are in this situation, or are simply looking to increase your ability to play jazz guitar chord progressions, then the Matt Warnock Guitar 251 App is just the thing to get your guitar chord playing to the next level.
With fun and easy to follow material designed to help you increase your ability to comp common chord progressions and tunes on the guitar, the Matt Warnock Guitar 251 Chord App is a chord dictionary and voice leading textbook all in your pocket, without the heavy reading or hours spent sifting through books and articles to find the chords you need.
The Matt Warnock Guitar 251 Chord App lets you build custom 251 chord progressions in major and minor keys all at the touch of a button.
You can customize each 251 with the following options, giving you countless new 251 chord progressions in major and minor keys to explore in the practice room and take out on the bandstand.
Every progression is presented with proper voice leading, which minimizes hand movement on the fretboard, making it easy to to move from chord to chord as you bring these voicings to your favorite changes and tunes.
251 Chord Generator Options Include
•Drop 2, Drop 3 or Drop 2 & 4 Chords
•Multiple strings sets and fretboard positions to provide countless options for each 251 on the guitar
•iim7, iim9 or iim7b5 Chords
•V7,V9, V7b9, V7#9, V7b5, V7#5, V7b9b5, V7b9#5, V7#9b5 and V7#9#5 Chords
•Imaj7, I6, IMaj9, Im7, Im9, Im6, ImMaj7 Chords
•Random Chord Generator for fun and challenging practice routines
•Left or Right-Handed Fretboards
•Multiple Rhythms for Playback and Adjustable Metronome Allowing You to Practice Along with Each Progression in Real Time and with Common Comping Patterns
Alongside the 251 Chord Generator, the app includes a chord dictionary where you can explore specific chords outside of a 251 progression to further enhance your jazz guitar learning experience, and there is a Practice Tips section that lays out fun and productive ways to get the most out of this app in the woodshed.
The Matt Warnock Guitar 251 App is not only a reference tool, but it will help teach you proper and easy ways to voice lead 251 chord progressions with any chord variations you can think of on the fretboard.
Limited and pricey
I have purchased some pricey guitar apps, like Guitar Toolkit, which were worth every penny. That said I am disappointed with this app, largely because it seems like a dollar app.
First the audio is pretty bad, using midi type sounds which are not pleasant. Second, for an $8 app, why not allow the user to choose different progressions as well? I knew I was getting 251s, but feel this app should go further with progression numbers you can change as well.
The random feature makes for many bizarre and harsh progressions. I think the dev could have included a "suggested" or "common" voicings option.
Lastly, I would been over the moon, if this app would allow for multiple progressions in different keys, to mimic a song and help a guitarist move between 251 progressions melodically.
I suppose I was expecting a lot more. The app does just what it says, in the most minimal sense, but at a high price.
Matt Demystifies Jazz Guitar
Although I know music, I've only been studying jazz guitar for eight months. Matt Warnock is my teacher. Since he's a musician /and/ a teacher he has a way of demystifying the
music. This app is a further step in his effort to publish all his knowledge about jazz guitar and make the music entirely accessible. Grab this high-quality app.
First, the settings menu says that right hand fretboard is the default, but it's not. That threw me for a loop for a few minutes. Second, a number of the chords shown in the examples are unplayable with normal hands.
I just tried the app again, and the main screen is missing, I can't access the settings.
The tools screen is not intuitive, you have to select the X in order for the playback settings to take effect.
- Category: Music
- Released: Oct 09, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 6.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Leafcutter Studios Ltd
- © 2012 Leafcutter Studios Ltd and Matt Warnock
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.