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This app gives you a great way to learn the fretboard notes, positions, sight reading, and ear training using your mind! Whether you are a beginner or professional musician, you will find this app as a useful tool for Mental Fretboard Training. Play this app 5 minutes a day and watch yourself improve! This app is a great companion to our popular Fretboard Addict series of apps for Visual Fretboard Training on a real Graphical Fretboard. FRETBOARD ADDICT HAS OVER 580,000 USERS ON IOS! FRETBOARD ADDICT HAS BEEN FEATURED IN: IK Multimedia IKlip App of the Week Premier Guitar & PDA Essentials Magazines iTunes App Store Top Areas SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE ON YOUR IPHONE, IPAD, AND IPOD TOUCH:A unique & easy to use flash card method that just works. Mental Fretboard Training using flash cards gives you another way to master the fretboard and really understand the instrument. LOTS OF INSTRUMENTS:Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 4 & 5 string bass guitar, and ukulele instruments LEARN NOTESGiven a string & fret, touch the correct note button LEARN FRETBOARD POSITIONSGiven a string & note, touch the correct fret number button EAR TRAIN & IMPROVE YOUR EAR FOR MUSICIn-App purchase is available to purchase real instrument sounds and ear training mode for all instruments LEARN NOTATION & IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT READING SKILLSIn-App purchase is available to purchase standard music notation for all instruments LOTS OF OPTIONS TO CHALLENGE ANY LEVEL OF PLAYER: Learn the fretboard forwards, backwards, randomly, vertically, and horizontally English (C D E F G A B) or Romance (Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si) Syllables Right and Left Handed Options Smart learning engine that keeps track of your incorrect answers and gives you the best next round Configure Sharps or Flats Configure whether the answer is shown, sound is heard, and/or notation is shown when you want to challenge yourself further.