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Guitar Chord Chart

printable guitar chords charts

Here are two free guitar chord chart PDFs that are great for beginners and pros alike. One has 144 of the most common chord types in all 12 keys and a smaller version of 132 chords. The smaller version is available as an image or PDF download that you can use as a pocket poster / cheat sheet for your guitar case. While these charts do not list all guitar chords possible, they are nice to use as handy references to look up chords by name fast.

If you are new to learning chords, be sure to read these helpful links before using the chord charts.
Beginners guide to playing chords
How to read chord charts
Learn how to build chords
Beginner guitar chords

List of Guitar chords

The list of chord types in all 12 keys used in the charts are as follows:
Major, minor, 6, 7 (dominant), 9, minor 6, minor 7, Major 7, diminished (dim), Half diminished (m7b5 poster only), augmented (aug) Suspended 4th (sus4), minor 9 (in PDF version only).

Guitar chords chart poster

This poster is the smaller printable guitar chord chart version you can print to keep in your guitar case or hang on your wall. You may have to play with your printer settings to make it fit on the size of paper you print on. Click the poster for a larger version (be sure to zoom in on the larger image) OR Download the Chord Poster PDF

Guitar chord chart

144 chords PDF download

The PDF version of the larger 144 chord chart shows the actual notes of each chord. You can download the chords below to save for all eternity, share with your friends or just to have as a printable reference.

guitar chords chart PDF download

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Posted November 12, 2015, 7:07 pm in: Chords


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