The Old School Way to Memorize:
New for the Guitar
Remember those flash cards that helped you learn multiplication and ABCs? Now you can use them learn Asus4, Bm, and C7.
Digital FlashChords (Beta)
Want the computer to do the work for you? FlashChords are displayed on your computer screen and let you keep your hands on the guitar. FlashChords will change at 10 second, 5 second or 2 second intervals. This not only forces you to recall the chords, but to change from one chord to the next.
Like the Hands-On feel of Real Cards?
Each FlashChord download includes printable copies that will give you physical flash cards. It even includes some blank ones to put in your bike spokes. That's a completely free bonus. Awesome, huh?
FlashChord Beginner 2
Beginner 2 has twice as many chords for the beginning players taking that next step. Check out Beginner 2 if you're ready to move on to more variations of the basic open chords including 7, m7, sus4, sus2, add2, 7sus4.
Regular Price: 7.99
Beta Special: 3.77
Just not sure?
That's OK, take a year to try it. If you find over the next 12 months that FlashChords isn't making you a better player, I'll be refund your full purchase amount. And since this is a digital product, you aren't out any shipping.
More experienced players, Use Flash Chords to Learn Chord Theory
Each card contains lists the notes in each chord, and their intervals within the chord. Quiz yourself on chord knowledge and identifying the notes in the chord shape.
Intermediate and Advanced Level FlashChords are being developed now. (OK, maybe not right now...it could be three in morning when your reading this...)
Rather than invest a whole bunch of money and time into a fancy program, the digital version of FlashChords (for now) uses a little known platform called PowerPoint (ever heard of it? Bill-somebody came up with it...). The PowerPoint Viewer is free and is included in the download package.