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FretQuiz Review

James over at has posted a review of FretQuiz.

My favorite feature in FretQuiz is the Show Answer feature that allows you to cheat :) The cool part about that feature is that it shows you the right note and then all of the other places on the neck that note exists. If you study those charts you can begin to see patterns emerge. If you memorize the patterns then it’s much easier to know what notes are where.

Thanks, James!

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Introducing FretQuiz!

UPDATE: I’ve currently taken FretQuiz off the market. However, a new version of FretQuiz will be available at some point in the future. Thanks for your interest.

One of the most important things you can do to improve as a guitar player is to learn all of the notes on the fretboard and where each note is located. To that end, I’m extremely excited to announce the release of FretQuiz, a software quizzing application for learning the notes of the guitar fretboard!


Some features of FretQuiz include:

  • 132 Questions
  • Detailed Explanations
  • Question Review
  • Score Reports
  • Score History
  • View more features

Free Trial! Download a free trial to view a small sample of questions and see how FretQuiz works.

Introductory Pricing! You can purchase FretQuiz for an introductory price of $19.

System Requirements: FretQuiz runs on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista computers.

Have a guitar- or music-related blog? Contact me to find out how to get a free review copy of FretQuiz. Note: Please include a link to your blog.

If you have any questions about FretQuiz, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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