If you're a guitar teacher you will certainly be familiar with this scenario. You're preparing a lesson for a student and its all there - you've used sibelius/powertab/guitarpro to write out all of your material, there are licks, exercises and maybe even chord diagrams. If you're like me - you will meet that inevitable frustration when you cant draw scale diagrams, well the good people at Neck Diagrams www.neckdiagrams.com finally have your solution. Of course, there is a lot more to this program than just being able to draw a few scale diagrams, so lets take look at it in depth.
The first thing to take note of is the sheer range of options we have here, aside from the obvious electric guitar (6, 7 and 8 string options with fully customizable tuning options) we also have bass (4, 5 and 6) banjo (4 and 5), madolin, Chapman Stick (8 and 10 strings) and even Bouzouki (giving us further options - Greek Trichordo, Irish (Zouk) and Greek Tetrachordo) I cant tell you how often I've had a Bouzouki student coming over and have had to hand draw his scale diagrams.... ok this may be an exaggeration, but whatever you need, you're covered here. You also have the option to create instrumets - so what more could you ask for?
Now its time to export your diagrams right - well here is where you need to be careful. If you buy the standard version of the program ($25) you'll only be able to print your diagrams, but with the Pro version ($49) you'll have the option to export files as a .jpg .pdf or .png this is really useful if you're planning on using the program to create tuition material combining other programs, or for uploading to a website etc. (as shown here) The pro version also allows you to copy and paste from neck diagrams to other programs like paint or word if that is what you desire.
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Guitar Scientist Generator is a free online tool that allows you to generate free guitar fingering diagrams.You can download them as an image, like the one below, or store online for sharing or editing.
It comes in Standard and Pro versions for Mac and Windows. You can download a trial version which is fully functional. You can create diagrams and save them, but the trial version places watermarks on output diagrams until you purchase and register it.
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I often receive questions about how to create a blank guitar neck diagram. You know, illustrated guitar fretboard diagrams that you can draw chords and scales on. Specifically, guitar players want to know what I use to make my instructional guitar books.
There are many features that make this software useful for guitarists. You can create neck diagrams for left-handed guitar, 7 string guitar, bass, ukulele and even made up instruments. To learn how it works, take a tour of the program and download the free demo. There are also some tutorial videos to help you get started.
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