Searching high and low for the perfect printable blank ukulele chord sheets? Well, you’ve just hit pay dirt my friend!
Ideal for both beginner players as well as more advanced musicians and teachers, these sheets are a great resource to have in your toolbox.
On this page you’ll find six different layouts of my blank ukulele chord charts, featuring between six and thirty diagrams per sheet. Pick the arrangement that suits your needs!
The charts are provided in PDF format which should hopefully mean that you can print out each sheet as large as you’d like without losing any quality. There are also no unneccesary annotations to ensure that both right and left handed guitarists are able to use them.
The sheets feature thin and light orange lines to make sure that each diagram is easy to legibly write on. However, if you aren’t a fan of the color, you can also print with grey lines by setting your printer to only use black ink. It’s nice to have options, right?
Blank Ukulele Chord Sheets
To get your free blank ukulele chord sheet, either click on the image of the layout you require, or use the links below. You will need a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat or similar to open the files on your device. Or simply print direct from your browser!
Blank Chord Chart Ukulele Downloads
- 2×3 (6 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 3×3 (9 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 3×4 (12 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 4×5 (20 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 5×5 (25 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
- 5×6 (30 Chord Boxes) – Click to Download PDF
If there are any additional blank uke chord chart layouts you would like to see, please drop me an email and I will be happy to add them. You’ll find a link to the contact form in the footer at the bottom of this page.
How To Use The Sheets
Not sure how to use these blank ukulele chord diagram sheets? Here are a few ways that you can make the most of them.
- If you’re trying to learn a new song, write down all of the chords used for a quick point of reference.
- Note down a common chord and then work out all of the different voicings to widen your chord knowledge.
- Test your ukulele students by writing out chords and asking them to identify each one.
- Provide a worksheet for your students to work on.
- Record your latest musical ideas for your next hit song.
- Create a sheet with the most commonly used chord progressions.
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