These days, it seems that with only a good Internet connection, you can learn all sort of new skills and even how to play certain instruments. One application that could help you with just that is Music Theory for Guitar.

It's a neat and useful software solution that allows you to learn how to play guitar by teaching you the basics of music theory.

The application installs quickly and it sports a really clean and intuitive graphical interface with multiple nice tools at hand. It doesn't have any customization options, but it does come with a toolbar that gives you access to all sort of sections inside the application.

You can also check out the help menu, with all sort of tips and instructions on how to use the program.

It allows you to learn the position of notes in a range in both treble and bass clefs. It comes with listening and dictation tools, including for notes, scales, intervals and chords. It comes with multiple learning modules that you can check out, the sound recognition module allows reading and saying in loud voice the scrolling notes.

You can play them on a music instrument and it comes with multiple add-ons to make it easier to learn how to play the guitar. Both range and fretboard can be used to play in an interactive manner.

It comes with the option to configure some settings inside the application, you can pick the naming convention, the clef, the kind of sound that you would like to listen to, the notes and the synthesized instrument.

You can also adjust the scale, the modes, the notes, interval range selection, chords, the tempo and the maximum sounds. All in all, Music Theory for Guitar is a useful software solution that helps you learn how to play a guitar by teaching you the basics of music theory.