Learning from a music teacher in the quarantine is hard and finding a music teacher is even harder. But there are a lot of guitar related apps for the mobile devices that teach you guitar or provide services related to guitar. But it is a matter of fact, you do not have the time or money to check all of them out and find out which is the best app available, but don’t worry!
We did the testing for you and today we are bringing you the top 5 best guitar applications on your mobile device. We focused on guitar related apps and tried to be versatile when it comes to the type of services provided. Without any further ado, let’s get right into it-
Yousician is probably one of the best apps available for learning guitar and stringed instruments. It teaches the user in fun but a fast way to learn, play, and master the six-string instrument. Yousician listens to your play and gives instant feedback on your performance. So you can actually see the improvement in everything you play. One of the best parts of the app is you learn everything by yourself. Many innovative and experienced music teachers developed the app, which allows the app to earn your trust, as you can be more confident in the learning process. With Yousician, you can improve your solo and rhythm simultaneously, as it gives you two paths to follow. You can choose to improve your chord-related skills or solo playing skills. One of the unique features of the app is that it comes with quizzes so you can also test yourself. You also have a tuner with the app so you can tune your guitar whenever you want.
· Fun and fast way of teaching
· Instant feedback
· Unlimited playtime with the premium subscription
· Experienced music teachers
· Video lessons
PocketAmp is a mobile amplifier which could be used as an alternative for an actual amp. The only thing you will need is an adapter and a guitar. This app also teaches you how to play the guitar. To use the app, you need to get an adapter and convert the jack that you plug with your guitar to a mobile headphone jack, then you have to turn on the app. The app gives you access to seven guitar pedal effects, four different amps, and four cabinets. The sound of the app is also decent and perfect for a mobile amplifier, and the pedals have a great tone to it. The only downside of the app is that it is not free, but you can control a complete gig just through your phone, and it is pretty amazing.
· Fantastic sound and tone quality
· Easy to configure and use
· Packed with four cabinets, seven effects, and four amps.
· Pretty handy for beginners
3.Play Guitar hits:
The Play Guitar Hits is one of the best guitar apps available in the market. It allows you to use and gain access to many features and it is free!
Play Guitar Hits is unique on its own because of its extremely interactive learning mode. Because of that, you get to learn your pieces of music just by watching some videos. The interface of the app is also customizable, and You can also choose what type of sheet you want to read.
The Play Guitar Hits has a dual-screen feature where on one side you can see the interactive tab, and on the other side, you can see play-through video of the song you chose. The videos are all made by professionals and provide clear instruction so you can follow along with it. The videos are also divided into two parts, on the left side, you can see the picking hand, and on the left, you see the strumming hand.
The guitar comes with four selectable ‘experience’ levels; you can pick any of them based on your experience. It also comes with difficulty level and shows the difficulty level of the song you want to play.
Just like any similar app, you can pause the song, but additionally, you can also get the isolated part of the music and practice on your own so you can improve. The app is free and without any doubt, on the better apps on the market. You can download the app from google play store or the apple store.
· Professional videos
· Sheet music choice
· Control over the temp
· It is very simple!
Chords and Tabs: The ultimate guitar is undoubtedly the most famous guitar teaching website on the internet, but here’s the fun part! It also comes with an app. The app pretty much is the website itself, but you don’t have to go to the website every time you want to learn a new song. You can simply turn on the app and get going. One of the best parts of the app is that you can find almost EVERY song you can think off and playable on the guitar. Users upload the chords or the tabs, and the mods will look into it and can accept or deny depending on how accurate the tab was. Since anyone can upload, you also expect to find songs that are not English.
The app comes with GuitarTools pack that comprises a tuner, metronome, and a personalized chord library. The app is free to use, but you can always use the premium account for getting access to more features.
· You can find any song
· Chords, solo or plucking it has everything
· Comes with variations of lessons
The AmpliTube is one of the best and does it all type of apps. You can pretty much tune, record demos, or even an actual song or can play around with the sounds, because of the features it’s loved by both experienced and beginner guitarists. The app is basically a pocket studio that comes with many plug-ins and virtualized sound models from well-known guitar gears. The app is also pretty easy to use and almost requires no time to master, mainly because everything can be done by just simple drag-and-drop. AmpliTube got many stompboxes like overdrive, distortion, fuzz, delay, wah-wah, flanger, octave, chorus, and phase. Because of the number of stompboxes available, you can expect to find the tone you were looking for. The AmpliTube is free to use, but again you can always pay for more features if you feel like you are missing something.
· Comes with multiple Amps and cabinets
· Drag-and-drop system
· Amazing sound
· A huge collection of effects
· Easy to use
So that is all folks! I hope you found something that seemed interesting. While you download the apps you feel right for you.Thank you for reading!