You can use these calculators to calculate strings, chords, fretboard, neck angle, and more..
The chord calculator automatically determines every mathematically possible fingering for a chord based on the options you specify.
Fret Calculator : manchesterguitartech.co.uk
This page accurately calculates the position of the fret slots for guitars and basses.
Fretboard Calculator - The Tundra Man Workshop
Calculate where each fret slot should be cut, measured both from the nut to fret, and from the fret to bridge. The results are given in both english and metric values.
Guitar String Calculator
This String Size Calculator will determine the string size which will produce the desired note at the desired string tension. Then, you can simply use the closest available string size, based upon that idealized calculation.
Music Calculator - An online tool for producers, sound engineers and musicians
An online music calculator that includes formulas and tables for bpm, hertz, keyboard notes and quality factor calculations.
Neck Angle Calculator - The Tundra Man Workshop
This simple calculator will take the measurements from the guitar and determine the proper neck angle. As an added bonus, it will also determine at what distance the bridge should be located from the point where the neck joins the body.
Nut calculator : manchesterguitartech.co.uk
This calculator is for use with 6-string guitars. It accurately calculates the position of the nut slots for even-spaced strings using any combination of string gauges.
JGuitar's scale calculator will draw scale diagrams showing the fretboard with notes in the selected scale highlighted.
The Music Calculator!
The Music Calculator has two sections, The Transposer and The Analyzer. The Transposer juxtaposes scales to illustrate intervals and the Analyzer generates diatonic analysis, chords and modes for every key.
The Scale Cruncher!
The Scale Cruncher generates 12 different chromatic scales and from there produces all the parent scales and their modes, the pentatonic scales and a few symmetric scales for a total of 35 scales per note. That's a total of 420 scales! Hours of practise!