Guitar Fretboard Paper
Sometimes it's nice to have blank fretboards to draw your own guitar neck charts and diagrams. So here are three different styles you can save to your computer and print out. You can use these fretboard papers to write down scales, licks and even chords. It's a great way to learn or practice guitar while on the go. I also made these into a free downloadable / printable PDF too. The blank chord chart paper is HERE.
You can print the individual images or from the PDF. The print settings I got the best results with are:
Scale - 100%
Paper size - US Letter or 8.50 x 11
Layout - Portrait
Maple guitar neck fretboard paper
I use maple fretboard diagrams for the scales here on my site. So here is an image of a sheet of fretboard paper with 10 blank maple guitar necks.
Blank white acoustic fretboards
I made this white sheet of fretboard paper with a little wider necks to give it more of an acoustic guitar feel.
Some people may find it easier to relate to darker necks for their diagrams. Below is an image with darker Rosewood style guitar neck paper.
Posted January 2, 2016, 9:42 pm in: Tools
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