Improvising without knowing the scale you’re trying to play in is a painful experience. Fortunately with Dangerous Guitar’s scale generator you can see any scale you want on a replica guitar fretboard. Of course, you have the choice of picking between right and left hand versions of the scale. Click here to access the scale generator now.
One of the coolest features we have at DangerousGuitar is the chord generator app. Just pick a root note and a chord type, and you will see exactly how to form it on a replica guitar fretboard. You have the option of switching between right and left hand formations at the click of a button. Click here to use our incredible chord Information Feature right now.
Need the easiest formations for any chord you’re looking for? Use Dangerous Guitar’s chord generator and create them from scratch. Just pick the root note and any variation on it (major, minor, 7, minor 7, add 9 and more) and the system will generate up to 6 voicing’s for you instantly. You have the option of switching between right and left hand formations at the click of a button. Click here to access the chord builder right here at Dangerous Guitar.
If there’s a particular tone you want to hear right now, the tone generator can help you out. Just pick the tuning you prefer (all standard tunings from standard E to dropped D and beyond are available) and pluck the notes you want to hear. Click here to access this ass-kicking tool.
If you’ve got a big gig coming up (or any size gig for that matter) you need your axe to be in tune. Fortunately if your tuner is broke or missing you can tune up right here online at Dangerous Guitar. Click here to hear the bass notes E, A, D and G and tune up your bass. This tuner also allows you the capability to change the tuning for each string for alternate tuning.
You don’t need to be an English major to play guitar, but it helps to know some key terms and their definitions. Click to see the list of guitar terms and definitions. To search for a term, use CTRL+F on your keyboard. You can also browse alphabetically by clicking on a letter below. If you think something is incorrect or missing, please contact us!