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Chordfinder

The Guitar Codex program can be used for a few different tasks.

1. The program can help you figure out the name of a chord. Click on the fretboard graphic to enter the notes of the chord you are trying to name. Then Guitar Codex will attempt to name the chord for you.

2. The program is an arpeggio finder. Choose a root from the selection box on the upper left side, then a chord name from the middle selection box. The program will then display all of the notes of that particular arpeggio on the neck. You can adjust the fret range (scope) and the starting fret at the bottom.

3. And last, Guitar Codex is a scale finder. Choose a root on the left, then choose a scale name from the right selection box. The program will then display all of the notes in the scale within the range on the neck that you choose at the bottom.

You can choose from many different tunings, choose whether you want the program to display the arpeggios or scales using note names, or scale functions. You can even reverse the graphic to view the neck from the perspective of a left handed guitar.

(note: This is a Java program and may take a few moments to load into your browser)


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