OneHour method is not a chord generator, but it turns your brain as (sic) one. In one hour you’ll throw your 256 pages 10 000 chords chord dictionary into the fireplace and laugh at chord generators.
"...have to see this to believe it...Yes, you read that right: Just sixty minutes of studying and poof! You’ll be able to play them all...remarkable product." Apple Magazine.
"...everything is possible...simply ingenious" Akustik Gitarre.
"sehr schön" Gitarre und Bass.
What's new - 1.22 Minor bug fixes
I really want to stay away from "dots-on-a-fretboard" type apps here. If something really special leaps out we'll take a peek. But seeing as its a quiet day for Guitar app news I thought I'd mention this update which was just released.
I actually bought this ... probably lured by the "One Hour..." claim. Yeah, I fell for "Two Minute Noodles" too! I already know the basics of chord construction and hoped that One Hour Guitar Method might shine a light and open the way to my true understanding of how it all fits together on the neck of a guitar. Perhaps it might even really let me "throw out my 10,000 chord dictionary " and "laugh at all my chord generators". Didn't work for me.
Honestly if you don't already know what's going on musically within a guitar chord, I don't see how this would help at all. But thats just me. The app gets high scoring reviews but at $4.99 plus IAP's I'd lean another way. Don't throw out the chord dictionary yet!
However if you, dear reader, have a favorite "dots-on-a-fretboard" app please let us all know. I'd love to check it out because my playin' could certainly do with some learnin'.