Looking for blank guitar chord charts to download and print?
While I was browsing the web for some free blank guitar chord charts to download and print I kept coming across the same problems. The main one being that people seem to love designing these things with thick black lines, making them tricky to legibly write on. So I decided to design my own and make them available to you guys.
These diagrams are all designed with thin and light 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 only black ink to get light grey lines instead.
They are also in PDF format which means that they should print beautifully no matter what size you go for. I haven’t added unnecessary string names and other pointless annotations, so both right and left handed players can use these.
I have also included several different printable layouts so that hopefully all needs are catered for. If you’d like additional layouts, get in touch and I’ll happily add some more.
Blank Guitar Chord Chart PDFs
Either click the images to download, or use the links below.
- 2×3 (6 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 3×3 (9 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 3×4 (12 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 4×5 (20 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 5×5 (25 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 5×6 (30 Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
Here’s a few ways that you might like to use these blank guitar chord charts:
- When learning a new song, use 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 learn a few basic chords to get you started then check out our lesson which teaches you some of the most common chords.
Or why not check out our highly rated e-book which will teach you over 300 chords in a left handed format!
If you’d like to request additional layouts or other printable sheets, send me an email!
UPDATE: October 2020 – You can now find our new blank bass chord charts here!