Printable guitar and piano chord diagrams are available on this page to help you understand some of the basic chords. These diagrams are provided with printable quality that allows you to download and print right from your device. The first chord diagram below contains the chart that will help you to learn where to place your fingers on the fretboard.
There are many parts of the chord diagram above. The thick black bar represents the guitar’s nut. The black dots found on the chord diagrams show which fret to press down, and on which string and with which numbered finger. The vertical lines that run down the diagram represent the six strings on the guitar. Sometimes there are circles above the nut. These circles tell you to play that open string without pressing any fret. These diagrams will be very helpful to show chord shapes and the correct fingerings. Next, the piano chord diagram is provided below.
The piano chord diagram is helpful because it shows the actual image of the piano and gives an easy to read way to find the notes. Learning chords using these chord diagrams may be a very simple and easy way to grasp. However, in order to remember and master this concept, you will have to practice! If you are aspiring to be a great guitarist and pianist, the first step is learning how to read a chord diagram.
This diagram collection provides a simple and easy-to-understand chart/overview of the chords and how the chords are built. You can share these chord diagrams on social network!