Alan's Chord Charts
Here are all of Alan's chord charts for Open and Modal tunings.
Chord Charts from Guitar.to!!!
This is a GREAT chordchart generator! Chords for 15 different tunings -- all on one page! EADGBE ... EBEG#BE ... EAEAC#E ... EADF#BE ... EADGCF ... DADGAD ... DGCGCD ... DADF#AD ... DADGBE ... DGDGBD ... DADACD ... CGCGAE ... CGDAEG ... FADGBE ... Gminor ... Drop1 ... Drop2 ... Capo1 ... Capo2, etc.
Find Any Chord via Any Tuning
Guitar.to is at it again! Just click in the notes of any chord and it will tell you what the possible names of the chord are. Works for any instrument, any number of strings, any tuning!
The Chord Finder
Here's one I stumbled across ... found it via www.WS64.com ... it's REALLY cool - check it out!
The Note Finder
Trying to locate a note on your fretboard? Type in the string number and fret number ... and you got it! Brainless technology ... from AlanHorvath.Com 8o)
Chord Charts for *ANY* 4-Stringed Instrument
If you need chord charts for tenor guitar, banjo, mando's, ukulele, bass ... look no further! Another GREAT tool from Guitar.to!
Tools That're Cool:
Here are all of Alan's articles about playing guitar.
Alan's String Guages Chart
If you want to create a custom string set to match an alternate tuning, check out my handy (hard-to-find) chart!
Arto's String Calculator
Here's a calculator to try, that tells you which string gauge to use according to all the known parameters. I haven't tried it out, yet ... my chart works well enough for me ... but, it's a tool worth having around, should the need arise!
This site has some things I haven't seen elsewhere ... definitely some very cool stuff! Lessons, Jam Tracks, Tab, Downloads, Chat, and Links. There's a very cool tuning tutorial, too - I've linked directly to it from my "Stringing Your Guitar" article.
Frets.com | Frank Ford's GUITAR OWNER'S MANUAL
Frets.com is the site of luthier, Frank Ford ... not only a wonderful guy (when you visit his site, you'll see!), but someone with a great ability to teach - make things simple and easy to understand. If you want to know how to adjust a truss rod, change a bridge, make a new nut ... you name it - here's where all the best answers are. All the stuff I couldn't seem to find anywhere on the web was ... and I mean all of it! ... at Frank's site. THIS link will take you to his "Guitar Owner's Manual" ...
GBase.com | Guitar Mall
This is a really, really cool tool! Enter the make, model, and year of any guitar and get a listing of everything available on the world wide web - find out how much your guitar is worth ... or find the best price you can for the guitar you want. I got this link from Rolly Brown, via the Fingerstyle-L newsgroup - thanks, Rolly! :o)
GuitarVision is an advanced software platform that uses next-generation technology to show you the exact chords, notes, fingerings and guitar techniques -- right on the fretboard of an animated guitar -- to help make learning easier, faster and more fun!ÊÊWhy try to figure out tunes using tablature or sheet music when you can SEE IT, HEAR IT, and then PLAY IT with GuitarVision?
This is a VERY cool site!!! Free tutorials, cool theory stuff, guest articles (you'll see me there), bookstore, links and a whOle lot more. You can definitely grow from this site! Be sure and tell Gunharth Randolf I sent ya ...
Guitar Makers World Headquarters
This site is like "Resource City!!" Lots of unusually cool links here ... if you're looking for instrument cases, luthiers, violin makers, appraisal services, educational links, teaching aids, lists of guitar repair guys, guitar player sites, clubs, organizations, collectors, amps, pick-ups and accessories links ... I'm tellin' ya, there's a lot here!
!!! -- GUITAR, BASS GUITAR, AMPS & EFX, & SONGWRITING GuitarNoise.com teaches anyone who is willing to learn how to play the guitar. As the best source of free guitar information we have lessons for every level, an authoratative guide to finding tablature, guitar discussions and weekly columns. Everything is free and there is no need to register for anything!
Wow! Here's a great guitar-resources site ... with info for uke, banjo, mandolin and bass, too -- and cool Chord Finders!
JamPlay serves as a leading provider of video-based, online guitar lessons. If you are just getting started with guitar or are interested in improving your skills and knowledge as a guitarist, check this site out.
Manual: The Roland TR-505 Rhythm Composer
Here's a copy of my old "Quicksheet" for the Roland TR-505 Rhythm Composer Drum Machine. I don't know where the manual wound up, but I know what happened to it: This quicksheet was all I ever needed. In case anyone needs it, it's here ...
TablEdit is a program for creating, editing, printing and listening to tablature and sheet music (standard notation) for guitar and other fretted, stringed instruments. TablEdit has developed support for harmonica, mountain dulcimer, diatonic accordion, drums, violin, tin whistle, recorder, autoharp, pedal steel guitar, and banjo (even taking into consideration the special aspect of the fifth string) ... and can open/import ASCII, MIDI, ABC, Bucket O' Tab, Tabestry and Wayne Cripps files, as well as files created by earlier versions of TablEdit. Files can be saved in TablEdit format or exported to ASCII, ABC or MIDI formats.
The Third-Hand Capo
Clamp (capo) any combination of strings, on any fret, on any guitar. If you've been looking for that weird capo that frets strings individually ... well, here it is.
Here's an online guitar community like you wouldn't believe! Lessons ... tabs ... resources ... this site will keep you BUSY, man! I can't say enough ... just go mosey around, and remember - I told you so!