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Guitar Pro 7 - Tablature and Notation Editor, Score Player, Guitar Amp and FX Software

Guitar Pro 7 allows you to compose and read music scores using the musical notation of your favorite instrument. Display the tablature notation to learn guitar riffs or use the standard notation to read music score for piano, drums, brass and strings...

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Lot

(2 reviews)
Product

(2 reviews)
User

(2 reviews)
Linux support

(2 reviews)
Tablature

(1 reviews)
Test

(1 reviews)
Circumstance

(1 reviews)
Guitar

(1 reviews)
Intimidate

(1 reviews)
Guide

(1 reviews)
Job

(1 reviews)
Developer

(1 reviews)
Doe

(1 reviews)
Tool

(4 reviews)

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Reviews around lot (5.00 of 5)

  • I took one star off because of my annoyance with MySongBook, but beyond that, Guitar Pro is a great tool that will keep you occupied, but at the end of each session with it, you'll feel like you accomplished quite a lot.
  • Learning how to use Guitar Pro 7 is a steep learning curve, but once you're more comfortable with it, you can accomplish a lot without having to spend a fortune for all sorts of equipment, both real and virtual.

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Reviews around product (5.00 of 5)

  • Clearly, this is not a well tested product
  • They were both excellent products but had steep learning curves to using the software

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Reviews around user (5.00 of 5)

  • More User-friendly & less intimidating than the previous version, it offers a view of a fretboard and displys the fingerings used in each particular song, which is invaluable for those who do not read music.
  • There is a helpful User Guide in the software, and tutorials are offered on youtube if one still has difficulty.

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Reviews around linux support (5.00 of 5)

  • They dropped Linux support in this version.
  • You can still pick up version 6 that does have Linux support, and is really an outstanding music notation software.

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Reviews around tablature (5.00 of 5)

  • You're better off using GP5 or a free tablature program.do NOT buy this program

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Reviews around test (5.00 of 5)

  • Clearly, this is not a well tested product

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Reviews around circumstance (5.00 of 5)

  • Maybe it works great under the right circumstances, but that's not mine

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Reviews around guitar (5.00 of 5)

  • Having enjoyed Guitar Pro 6 since it came out on the market, I was anxious to try Guitar Pro 7 and this software did not disappoint

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Reviews around intimidate (5.00 of 5)

  • More User-friendly & less intimidating than the previous version, it offers a view of a fretboard and displys the fingerings used in each particular song, which is invaluable for those who do not read music.

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Reviews around guide (5.00 of 5)

  • There is a helpful User Guide in the software, and tutorials are offered on youtube if one still has difficulty.

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Reviews around job (5.00 of 5)

  • Great job, developers - and thanks for making this affordable to those of us who have limited funds!

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Reviews around developer (5.00 of 5)

  • Great job, developers - and thanks for making this affordable to those of us who have limited funds!

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Reviews around doe (5.00 of 5)

  • You can still pick up version 6 that does have Linux support, and is really an outstanding music notation software.

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Reviews around tool (3.61 of 5)

  • I took one star off because of my annoyance with MySongBook, but beyond that, Guitar Pro is a great tool that will keep you occupied, but at the end of each session with it, you'll feel like you accomplished quite a lot.
  • All the tools are there for you to manipulate the sound into what you want from your virtual guitar.
  • This is one great musical tool for guitar players
  • However, someone new to the Guitar Pro environment should be ready to devote a few days or even weeks to figure out most of the tools available to you

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More about Guitar Pro 7 - Tablature and Notation Editor, Score Player, Guitar Amp and FX Software

  • Guitar Pro 7 allows you to compose and read music scores using the musical notation of your favorite instrument
  • Display the tablature notation to learn guitar riffs or use the standard notation to read music score for piano, drums, brass and strings
  • Rediscover also the Slash notation to sight-read easily rhythmic patterns from chord charts.