Blank Bass Chord Charts – Download & Print

If you’re after some handy dandy blank bass chord charts to print then you’ve come to the right place my friend!

If you’re after charts for 6-string guitar – you’ll find those here.

You wouldn’t think that in this day and age it would be so difficult to find decent blank bass chord charts to print out, but it really is! When I was searching I discovered that most options I found used horrible thick black lines which were difficult to write over, and if they didn’t they weren’t available in the layout I was after. So I decided to make my own and offer them up to you all!

These diagrams are all designed with slim and light colored lines, making them very easy to clearly write on top of. It’ll also save you a little printer ink! If you don’t want the funky orange color, simply print using just black ink to get light grey lines instead.

Since I’m a horrible perfectionist I also took the effort to make them available in a PDF format to make sure that every line is absolutely crisp when you print these sheets out. So that both left handed bassists and righties can use these I also left out string names and other pointless additions. So you can make use of these for custom tunings as well!

You’ll find six different layouts below in the hopes that I’ve created enough options for everyone depending on what you’re trying to do. But if you feel I’ve missed an important layout please send me an email and I will try to add more.

Blank Bass Chord Chart PDFs

You can either click on the chart you need or use the download links below to grab your copy and print it out at home.

Bass Chord Chart PDF
Blank Bass Chord Chart
Blank Bass Chart To Print
Empty Bass Chord Chart
Print Bass Chords
Print Bass Chord Chart

Here’s a few ways that you might like to use these blank bass chord charts:

  • When learning a new song, print one sheet for each song for simple reference
  • Test yourself (or your students) by writing out chords
  • Record your musical ideas
  • Make a sheet depicting the most frequently used chord progressions

If you’d like to request additional layouts or other printable sheets, send me an email. You’ll find a link to the contact form in the footer below.

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Neal has been playing guitar (left-handed!) for over 20 years, and has also worked in various roles within the guitar retail industry since 2012. He started LeftyFretz in 2010. More Info