Guitar and Piano Chord Diagrams

As a beginning guitar player, one of the first things you will learn is how to play chords. Learning to play the guitar is a lot fun. Make great use of these printable chord diagrams to help you get started with your guitar chords. A chord chart is a visual representation of a guitar chord. Chord charts tell you which finger goes where and on what string. The vertical lines are the strings, and the horizontal lines are the fret bars. Check out these diagrams to help with finger placement on your guitar:

AM Chord diagram

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The first row of boxes represent the first fret, second row represents the second fret, and so on. The vertical lines that run down the chord diagram represent the six strings on the guitar. When you know which notes that belong to a chord, you could be able to play it. The following chord diagrams are also helpful to learn how to play guitar.

Basic Chord Diagrams

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Blank Chord Diagrams

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We also provide you with piano chord in the following diagram. A chord could be played by pressing down all the relevant keys simultaneously or each at a time. As you make progress, you will find more ways of altering the outcome. It is also important to use the right fingers and this is called fingerings. The chart gives an overview over some often used chords in the most common played keys.

Piano Chord diagram

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Printable Guitar Chord diagram

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The chord charts are printable. You can also request a specific diagram by contacting our team through contact us form in our website. Find other interesting diagram resources in our search column!