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unforgiven_hope
January 2nd, 2008, 16:10
Any good ones. I'm looking for a good portable app for ethier ds or psp to help with me learning the fretboard, ear training, scales and a few other things.

So ds or psp anything good?

Vernonjr
January 3rd, 2008, 23:17
dude, i havent heard of one... but nothing is more tailored for it than the ds. I myself, searched for one and couldn't find one. I'm surprised though, it would make perfect sense, to have a chord finder and namer, a scale book, some lessons, a tuner and metronome and all that. It just makes sense being so portable and all you know? ...maybe one day.

Rebrek
January 5th, 2008, 20:51
The only thing similar that I know of is a guitar tuner.

strummer02
June 11th, 2009, 06:35
Hi,

It is a good question by you.

Acoustic guitar is perhaps the most mainstream musical instrument there is, and at the same time one thatís a bit underrated for its quality and power of capturing 50s to 70s nostalgia. The choice to learn acoustic guitar is sure to give a beginner a very interesting experience.

Start out by learning a few chords a day. You can do A, E, D, C and G for starters. Practice these chords. Then start practicing songs ranging from traditional folk tunes to more modern ballads and rock songs.