Let me be upfront: this website is about putting out great articles/videos/mp3s, etc about guitar related stuff. To do this takes money. So I hope that as you read this, that you would consider becoming a patron and pledging a small amount. You can do this by going to the following website and picking how much you want to donate. 


Also, its about selling the book “Major Scale Positions For Guitar” and the iPad App “String Author”. By providing this and the free learning material on this website, its is my hope that you will see the advantage of learning the guitar visually.

Start where you want. When you want to become a patron, buy the book or app right away, or just browse through the free articles. I want you to get an idea of what it is that I have to offer. 

The articles can stand on their own as a beginners guide to playing scales, arpeggios, chords, etc. But, if you want to get serious, I think it would be in your best interest to use the book and when you become more advance, to use the app.

Feel free to read and watch the videos with no obligation to buy anything. But by buying the app and/or book it would help me out and keep the articles free.

I’m convinced that learning the guitar can be made more accessable by making it more visual in presenting what you need to know in order to improvise/solo. Take advange of this content as I hope to keep it going as long as I can.

Again, by becoming a patron, purchasing the book and or app, you will be supporting this website and help keep the content accessible.

iPad App: String Author

Create your own fretboard maps with String Author. If you have ever tried to make your own fretboard maps by hand or by a drawing program, you know how tedious it can be. You spend more time making the fretboard map than practicing the guitar itself! How crazy is that!

No more! Nothing is quicker and easier than String Author. Learn the guitar faster and more intelligently now. Make fretboard maps by tapping the screen and exporting the image. Its too easy. Warning: generating fretboard maps can be addictive! 

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You can make images like this showing a F major scale position with the F Ma7 arpeggio highlighted and so much more! 

Don’t put off the pleasure of the output.

Know that less time spent making these fretboard maps mean more time practicing and achieving your goals on the guitar.

Purchase String Author now!

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The Book: Major Scale Positions

Update: I’ve also added a new book to help you learn the melodic minor scale as well. Check it out! More coming soon!

Don’t want to by the app? I have created a book that will speed up your ability to learn and use the major scale positions. Why wait? Buy the book now and have fun! It doesn’t get any better. Click on the image below to purchase the book from www.lulu.com.

© John Culjak 2016-2017