Improve your understanding of music theory
Our App will help you understand and connect music theory to the guitar. This will transform your guitar playing and provide you with full freedom to create.
How to use a guitar theory app?
For best results you'll learn musical theory in bite-sized, easy to understand guitar lessons divided into chapters.
What you can learn with the Grokit Guitar App?
The building blocks of music
Music is an infinite language written with only twelve letters! Let's get to know them.
Intervals are the way we measure change in pitch. It's a cornerstone of theory and the first step to building chords.
Chord inversions underpin voice leading, effective soloing and rhythm guitar parts. They are a critical tool for all guitar players.
Modes for musicians are like colors for painters. They can radically transform your musical mood.
X7 drop 3
Drop three is a living bridge between baroque music and our time. These voicings will fuel your creativity with a gorgeous classic sound.
The C major scale
The guitar is mastered by "Divide and conquer". Learn to play the C major scale in a comfortable position.
12 major scales
Music is so much more exciting with multiple keys. We`ll help you to find them on the fretboard.
Seventh chord arpeggios
Arpeggios are beautiful . They're chords turned into melody. Here we'll learn to use them to add excitement to our solos.
Improvising using numbers
When soloing on challenging chord changes we want our melodies to relate exactly to the chords. Here we take the first step to mastering that.
Connecting Arpeggios is just like connecting scales over multiple keys. It makes us better improvisers. Learn how to practice.
The cycle of fifths
The circle of fifths is an essential tool for understanding the 12 keys of the major scale.
Have you heard rich luscious jazz chords? Let's play them on guitar!
X7 drop 2
Seventh chord inversions are a cornerstone of harmony. They fuel chord melodies comping and so much more.
Triads sound incredible when the voicing changes. Here we'll turn a familiar triadic sound on it's head to produce classical sounding progressions
Applying licks and adapting them into songs is one of the quickest routes to playing meaningfully on chord changes.