Results for "guitar" (213 results)


Guitar Chords 2.2


Guitar Chords is a free software with over 40000 basic and advanced guitar chords. Nice and simple environment. TAB notation of the chords. No confusing graphics or images.

Free

Guitar Scales

Learn the major and minor blues and pentatonic scales for guitar in every key.

Free

AP Guitar Tuner 1.02

AP Guitar Tuner 1.02 is a tool which acts as a so-called. guitar tuner. With his help, we can bring virtually any guitar into a state where you will be able to extract from it a clean sound. The program will appreciate probably experienced guitarists and

Free

DIG 2.0 Freeware VST Guitar AMP


DIG 2.0 is a full featured VST Guitar amp. Features a Stereo Delay, Noise Gate, Cabinet Shaper, Presets including Upload Download presets from acmebargig.com

Free

Guitar Pro 6.1.2 r11100

Guitar Pro is a professional tool for editing tablature and learn to play the guitar. Users will learn a variety of songs using a special editor, and also have access to an extensive library, which includes ready-score created by artists and musicians. Th

Free

Guitar and Bass 1.1

Guitar and bass is very useful, but fully free tool running on a virtual instrument. The application simulates instruments such as guitar, bass, banjo or mandolin. It is also possible to add / create new instruments. The program allows you to adjust th

Free

Guitar Tuner 1.0


This is a simple and compact (64Kb) guitar tuner app. It uses the Windows MIDI system to sound tuning notes. It only supports EADGBE tuning.

Free

Guitar Studio 4.8

Guitar Studio is a powerful application that is used to learn to play the guitar. The program allows you to import, edit and export in ASCII tab or MIDI files. Additionally, you can print a prepared tab or the current monitor while editing. The applicatio

Free

Guitar and Bass

FREE software for fretted instruments, such as Guitar, Bass, Banjo, and more

Free

Guitar Tuner 1.0

The easiest way to tune a guitar is to use a guitar tuner. The tuner is a device that analyzes the frequency of the sound produced by the instrument, and compares it with a reference frequency. Deviation from the pattern is presented to the user, which se

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