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You can learn something from a Snarling Dog.
The Snarling Dogs BG-1 Guitar Chord Computer shows over 500 chords including major, minor, dominant, augmented, and diminished. Also displays 48 scales; and alternatives/inversions for most chords. Transposes all scales and chords to any key. Displays 6th, 7th, and 9th chords at the touch of a button.
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I seem to have this thing close at hand whenever I practice and it is a must take when traveling. To me it is indespensible. Basic but in a very big way. Major, minor, diminished, augmented, chords and scales. 6th, 7th, 9th, flat and sharp chords. Extremely handy. I am glad they still sell these things because after 15 years I need a new one.
A pretty basic unit. Very simple to use . Visually easy to see. Shows multiple versions of the same chord up and down the neck. It has rarely not been able to produce a chord that I either forgot or didn't know. I am mainly a rock and country player. I've had this one about 15 years and it took a tumble about 6 months ago and has a short in it. I have to shake it sometimes to get it to work so I am here to buy another one. I did buy a different brand of one about 5 years ago because it was on sale and had like 7,000 chords in it but it was so hard to see I never use it. I carry this chorder, a tuner and a guitar and have lots of fun.
This thing has been very durable. Turns itself off
I really use it a few times every day.
Simply & directly put, this little item is BETTER than sliced bread. The Snarling Dog Chord Computer is better than the pocket calculator when it became commonly available. I've recently started playing church music, in which basic chords usually don't seem to exist. It is so nice to be able to just key in a chord & there it is, w/ a couple of variations too, as opposed to digging through 7-10 pages of diagrams.
I've had one of these for years and years. As for those who complain about chord forms, all you do is press the "INV" inversion button and you get 3-4 more forms on differing parts of the neck. It's quite useful for any level of mastery. The display is too small? That's the idea, last thing you need is another heavy, oversized piece of equipment to lug around. It's cheap, it provides useful info in a compact product, does it hold ALL the answers, NO, but so what, it has enough to get you through the session/gig/whatever.
not worth the price. The display is tiny. The scales, the chord forms and the features are very limited. It may be okay for a beginner.