I know the meta section is overflowing with these kind of questions, but I'm still having trouble interpreting the policy.
I recently asked if there is any guitar learning software that offers a specific feature (App for practicing the matching of notes to guitar fredboard locations). The question was shortly afterwards closed as off-topic. On hindsight, i think that especially the last sentence
Can anybody give a recommendation here?
was a little unlucky, to say the least, as it changed the nature of my question. Actually I didn't want a quality based recommendation at all. I was just looking for any software that offers this kind of feature, no matter how good or expensive it is. So it essentially comes down to a rating free yes-or-no question.
Is there any use in rewording this question and how? Would it be sufficient to take out the last sentence and instead make my intention more clear or is this question "inappropriate beyond repair".
This strict policy is actually one of the things i like about SE and I would really like to get a feeling on what exactly my error was. Thanks!