Chord Library Help
The Library stores every chord you’ve ever searched in the past. When you first login, it’ll be empty.
You can remove any chord by clicking on the red X. If the fingering diagram pops up, the red X will not be clickable.
The Next Best Chord
Located at the bottom of the Library, the Next Best Chord is a powerful feature that can make your practice laser-focused.
When you click on the Next Best Chord button, the platform analyzes the chords you already know to determine what new chord unlocks the most new music.
The video to the right shows how this feature works.
For example, let’s say you already know G, C, and D. And you’re ready to add a new chord to your next search.
You can focus on any chord you want. But there’s one that will unlock more music than any other chord can.
In our example, Eminor turns out to be the Next Best Chord to learn. It allows us to play the most new songs.
Add this chord to your next search by clicking the black “Add” button.
Genre & Decade Filters
The Library page also comes with Genre and Decade filters to help you tailor the Next Best Chord to your musical tastes.
For example, Eminor is the Next Best Chord to learn if you already know G, C, and D. It unlocks the most songs across the entire database.
But what if you only like Rock music from the 1970s?
By clicking on these 2 filters, you’ll discover the Next Best Chord to learn for your Genre and Decade preferences.
If you know G, C, and D – and like 1970s Rock, then A is the best chord to learn. So add this chord to your next song search and start practicing.
To learn how the Next Best Chord feature works (behind the scenes), click here.