Guitar fretboard diagrams are useful for learning. And sometimes we might want to make our own! In this lesson I review a free website that lets you make your own guitar fretboard diagrams.
Weekly Lesson #94
Making Guitar Fretboard Diagrams Lesson Content Outline with Timestamp Links:
0:00 - Guitar playing intro
0:04 - About the video
0:57 - About the channel
1:25 - About Guitar Scientist
1:46 - Guitar Scientist features
3:58 - Making diagrams sample while walking through the features
15:05 - Finishing the diagram
16:05- Conclusion and some more thoughts on Guitar Scientist
16:43 - Free Chord Chart PDF
17:30 - Question
18:22 - Featured Comment
18:56 - Outro
Links & Lessons Mentioned in this Video:
- Get my FREE, amazing chord options chart called ‘Chords with Color’
- Guitar Scientist website
- Minor Scale Chords Guitar Lesson - Learn how the hits used them
Making Guitar Fretboard Diagrams Lesson Description:
Whether it's for a bandmate, or a student you're teaching, or for your own practice, you may find yourself needing to create guitar fretboard diagrams in the future.
And a lot of people ask me what I use to make guitar fretboard diagrams for my videos.
So in this week's lesson I'm going to do a walkthrough tutorial of an awesome free website that lets you super easily make your own guitar fretboard diagrams.
You can watch as I use it to create the exact scale diagrams that I'll be using for my next lesson, which is on the altered scale.
I hope you enjoyed this lesson and found it beneficial. Let me know what you thought in the comments. Thanks! :)
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