The perfect tool for guitar
In the quest to start learning how to play guitar, there are many paths you can take. Guitar books, guitar YouTube tutorials, online guitar schools, traditional guitar lessons, or even guitar playing magazines all have a lot to offer and each of them comes with a variety of resources and reference material. The most popular reference materials for learning guitar, however, include chord charts and tablature. This is why the guitar chords chart PDF is the perfect tool for any musician wanting to learn the guitar. The colored and large-sized chord illustrations are easy to understand and include in your daily practice session for any guitar player regardless of your current skill level.
Guitar chords for beginners
We all know the 7 essential most used beginner chords ALL guitar players should learn first are E major, E minor, A major, A minor, D major, C major, and G major. If you know these chords, you’ll be armed with the power to play literally thousands upon thousands of different songs. The guitar chords chart mousepad includes these essential major chords, with many additional chord types to choose from such as the minor, major 7, dominant 7, minor 7 and sus4 chords. This gives you a whopping 42 chords to start exploring and practicing.
Easy to understand for anyone
The chord diagram shows the neck of the guitar seen from the front as if you held your guitar in front of you. The bass string (the low E string) is seen on the left. If you look closely, you’ll see that the lower strings are thicker. The frets are symbolized by squares. The colored circles tell you where to place your fingers. They are numbered to specify the position of each of your fingers. From 1 for the index, 2 for your middle finger, 3 for your ring finger, and 4 for your pinky. A cross over a rope indicated that it should not be played and a circle indicates that you have to play the open string without fretting a square.
Visible from a few feet away
The chord diagrams are large-sized making them highly visible even if you’re away from your desk or table. Each section is color-coded, making it easy to understand which chord belongs to which chord group.