Powered by world-leading artificial intelligence technology, Fretello is a virtual guitar teacher inspiring a new generation to learn guitar in a fun and interactive way.

Fretello empowers people to express themselves through music. Our mission is to create an inviting and accessible digital guitar learning experience for beginner guitar players to make learning a musical instrument less overwhelming and intimidating.

Incorporating more than 100 years of guitar teaching experience into one award-winning digital package, Fretello has created the most complete learning experience ever for beginners.

Fretello has been a key partner for tech giant Apple on recent launches including the iPhone SE, and was recently named the App Store’s ‘App of the Day’ in the United States and in 167 countries worldwide to highlight its growing status as the world’s top digital guitar learning tool. The app has also been featured in the New York Times and by USA Today, among many leading global media outlets.

Media Contact

  • For more information about Fretello, email CEO Florian Lettner via support@fretello.com
  • For US inquiries , contact Fretello’s US team via tom@fretello.com
  • For images and videos, download Fretello’s media kit: HERE
‎App of the Day: Guitar Lessons by Fretello
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