Arpeggio

Arpeggio is a musical technique where notes in a chord are played or sung in sequence, one after the other, rather than ringing out simultaneously. Arpeggios allow monophonic instruments to play chords and harmony and help create rhythmic interest.

smartChords Arpeggio shows how the notes of a chord are spread on the fretboard. You can explore the fretboard up to the last fret or reduce it to just three frets. The notes of the chord can be played by a simple fingertip.

- 14 instruments are supported (e.g. Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Banjo or Mandolin)

- More than 220 types of chords are available

- You can choose between 400 different tunings and a custom tuning

 

Arpeggio

 

This screen shows how the notes of a chord are spread on the fretboard. The base note is emphasized. The name of the chord is shown above the fretboard. Tap on the name to change the chord. Alternatively you can do this using the button with the chord icon.

You can explore the fretboard up to the last fret or reduce it to just three frets. The notes of the chord can be played by a simple fingertip. But you can also suppress the sound by the settings.