Print This Guitar Chords Chart Page!
Printable Guitar Chords Chart and Guitar Chords Tab for those of you that want the chords from the Major, Minor, Sevenths and Minor sevenths pages. This goes great with the Notes Card.
All you need to do is right click this page and print it!
You now have 4 A B C D E F G chords with 4 different sounds. Pay attention to the shape of the C, A, G, E and D chords. We will transfer these into movable Bar chords. Similar to the way Gm7 and Fm7 look the same , just on different frets.
TIP: You don't always have to play all the notes in a chord. You really can get away with 3 or 4 strings. The key is not to play the wrong strings. If a string has an X, it's for a reason.
You don't always have to start your strumming from the top down. You can go from the bottom up.
One of the MAIN RULES in MUSIC is "there are no rules".
Some rules are there to help you sound better.
Others can be broken if done creatively.
The boundaries are up to you.
Let your ears be the guide to what sounds good to you.
Keep this with your guitar as Reference Material. Make extra copies for memorizing when you're bored and have nothing to read. I used to keep cards and charts in my wallet, guitar case and always had an extra one somewhere else. Try to draw them from memory! If you can do that you're really going to learn super fast.
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