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Master The Fretboard Quiz

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How well do you know guitar? Quiz your fretboard knowlege and see. This could also be used as a tool to help teach yourself the notes. Repitition is the mother of all learning and this quiz makes learning and mastering the fretboard easy!

Several Different Game Modes!
*Quiz by Frets.
*Quiz by Groups.
*Quiz by String.
*Quiz the Whole Thing!

You have 10 seconds to answer each question and a total of 4 Lives until you have to start over. So the pressure is on! And just for fun if you click the guitar it plays each note!

If you're having trouble you should check out "Master the Fretboard" or click on the Help button.

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Never played guitar before. I love it. Able to answer (most) of the questions correctly, and this really helped me learn the mechanics of a guitar. Good job.

The strings and notes sounds incorrect. Get a real guitar listen how the notes are really sounds and fix it. Also would be a great idea to build in a 6 string bass mod.

As others have stated, this is an awesome tool to test a guitarists knowledge of his craft.
It really keeps you on your toes and let's you figure out how well one knows their stuff!
One thing that I would suggest is having an option to angle the guitar neck at a slanted / various other angles because when playing I hardly ever view the neck in the way it is displayed here.
Other than that, this is a great quiz, and I applaud you for your contribution!
Keep up the great work!

I agree with Biggyzoom. It's really helpful for testing your knowledge of notes and frets. The only thing I'd like to see for an improved version is alternate tunings, and I bet you knew someone would say that eventually. The bands I'm in both use non-standard tunings (one is half step down; the other is dropped D whole step down), and I'd love to be able to test my knowledge on those tunings as well.

1380 first time on master. Well, what's there to say? This is a good tool for testing your fretboard knowledge. Thanks for making it.