Below are some printable blank fretboard diagrams you can use to mark on your own chords and scales. I've made them light enough so your marks will show clearly.
Get into the habit of marking down any interesting chord shapes or scale patterns you come across!
Create your own exercises and set yourself challenges, such as note and interval memorization.
Below each diagram is a link to a printable PDF file.
Remember, if you need a diagram that isn't here, you can request it in the comments section at the bottom of this page.
Open Position Blank Fretboard Diagrams
These diagrams are for chords and scales that make use of the lower frets and open strings.
The thick bar at the edge of the diagram represents the nut, and inlay markers are shown where necessary.
Mark on your string tunings and go from there...
Unmarked / Any Position
Simply mark on your fret numbers and these can be used in any position...
Larger and Full Fretboard Diagrams
For mapping out larger scale patterns and several chord positions
spanning the entire neck...
Open - 12th Fret
12th - 24th Fret
Open - 24th Fret
Open - 20th Fret
12-fret diagram with eight 5-fret diagrams beneath...
Need a diagram that's not featured on this page? Let me know using the comments form below and I'll make it for you.