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1. Cut neck of a guitar
2. Cut neck on the correct spot
3. Draw the scale
4. Cut Scale
5. Draw notes


Use the scissor tool to cut the neck.

Use the Move tool to put each part on correct place.

Use the Scale tool to create the exact scale you need.

Use the Note tool to draw the notes.


If you encounter problems, please try to add a screenshot of your work.
Check out the Fredtneck forums, where you can post your work and get feedback. The community is very helpful.
If you use Fredtneck on iOS, check out the iOS Guide for more.
Fredtneck iOS Guide

Here are some very simple steps to create a TEX file.

1. First you should have the material you need. There are many sites that can provide you with the material.
2. You have to go through all layers and set the colors you need. If you have transparency, you have to change the blending mode from Normal to Multiply. If the material doesn’t have transparency, you have to change the blending mode from multiply to screen.
3. You have to use a texture map and set the shape of the texture to the shape of your note. For example, a top note has a texture map that covers the top part and half of the sides.
4. Add a shape to the texture map. The shape should always be the same and you should always match the edge of the material. The shape has to be smaller than the width of the material, cause you can only see a part of the texture.
5. TEX the texture map. You can use the template files or drag the file in the particles system window

1. Open the material in the TEX material editor
2. Use the tools in the TEX editor to change the layer color
3. Use the texture editor to change the values in the file. Make sure to set the position of the UV coordinates
4. When you are done, TEX the material.




What have you done?


You have created a texture, called texture_necks.png


You have set the material to color r = 1, g = 1, b = 1

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It was basically developed to help me solve the problem I have with playing the major scales of different neck positions correctly.
Neck positions are defined by a slider on the left and a button on the top. Position is indicated in terms of where the ‘neck’ is in comparison to the body. The slider can range from a fully visible fretboard neck to a fully hidden neck, depending on your preference. The numbers on the neck top also correspond to which notes they map to.
The bottom left button allows you to select a scale for display on the fretboard, while the top middle allows you to select how many notes to display on the fretboard, whether to include middle markers, and the number of frets in the neck.
The back right button allows for various options on the fretboard, including wrapping around, an option to display a 3rd fret bar, and modes for when either the front pickguard is a slider or not.
You can see this particular version on your device in images below.
Left: The slider to display the neck, the neck numbers, the note positions on the fretboard, and the actual fingering is visible on your device, displayed in images below.
Top Left: The numbers on the slider are represented as letters, so you can see at a glance where you are in your slide.
Top Right: The number in the middle of the slider indicates the number of notes to display on the fretboard.
Bottom: Both the fretboard and neck positions are visible on your device, with the fretboard position being indicated by the numbers on the neck.
Update 2011-10-21 : Version 0.5.0 released!
* For the first time, Fredtneck now takes advantage of the new in-app purchases functionality in the App Store (it will pop up a dialog after you download it and tell you that it needs to check for updates. You can either wait for the update to be completely finished or ‘force update’ which may or may not work.)
* Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented Fredtneck from properly receiving input while the left slider was not held down.
* Fixed a bug that sometimes prevented making In-App Purchases.
* Update to new Substrate library, allowing for large improvement in performance.
* Improved the performance of G7, and rendering of the fretboard for it.
* Various stability improvements.
* Bug fixes.
* Option to disable all behavior which isn’t enabled for


Fredtneck is a browser for music. This browser can display several instruments, each with a different scale. You can select one of the instruments, or a scale, and this application will show you the positions for this scale. Each position has a different color for the notes on the neck. The positions are drawn in a small psd (psd).

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You can download Fredtneck from here. The author and the subject of this article are not involved in the development and maintenance of Fredtneck.

The Setup of Fredtneck

Fredtneck is a Windows forms application which runs under Windows. In the beginning, Fredtneck was not a stand alone application. It was a tool in the program Instruments. When you click the instruments icon in the right bottom corner of the desktop or in the list of applications, Fredtneck is opened. Fredtneck is built as a portable application. Any settings made by Fredtneck are instantly usable in other applications or computers. For more information about Fredtneck, click here.

Addins for Fredtneck

Fredtneck has addins (modules). Addins are not needed to use Fredtneck, but make it more powerful. The addins are installed via Fredtneck.exe. Fredtneck uses a third party.NET framework. Therefore, we need to install the third party framework. At the top of Fredtneck you can find “Instruments Addin 2.0”. This is an addin installed by the author of Fredtneck.

Addins can display pictures, display graphs, support fonts and colors etc. The addins are open source, so that you can modify and add features to them.

If you do not have an addin installed, click the button “Addin” at the top of Fredtneck.

Here you can find a list of all installed addins:

At the top of Fredtneck, there is a button “Install Addin”.

Installation of the addin “Addin2”

At the top of Fredtneck, there is a button “Addin”. You can click this button and select “Installed Addins”.

Then you can select “Addin2” and click the button “Install Addin”.

After installation of the addin, you can start Fredtneck and select “Addin2”.


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Fredtneck is a scale browser, using svg to render (parts of) the neck of a guitar. It displays each note in the selected scale on all (visible) positions.
Get Fredtneck and take it for a spin to see ust how useful it can be for you!
Guitar neck diagram in svg:

Want to contribute?
The code is available on gitHub under MIT license.
Contributions are welcome.


Why don’t you use a guitar symbol made by someone else?
There’s one for a guitar with all its frets and many other features.


Here is a stock guitar pattern that will work with most songs:

If you’re looking for more advanced guitar patterns for specific songs, this site may help:

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Disk Space: 2GB
OS: 64bit Windows 7/8/8.1/10
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