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Blank Fretboard Diagrams

Below are some printable blank fretboard diagrams you can use to mark on your own chords and scales. These are the same diagrams I use in lessons on this site.

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 memorisation.

Below each diagram is a link to a printable PDF file that you may find useful. You can download these files by right clicking the print sheet links followed by "save as".


Open position blank fretboard diagrams

These diagrams are for chords and scales that make use of the lower frets and open strings. I usually just draw a circle where the string letters are to indicate an open string.

blank fretboard diagram - first 4 frets
[Right hand print sheet]  [Left hand print sheet]

blank fretbord diagram - first 6 frets
[Right hand print sheet]  [Left hand print sheet]


Higher up the fretboard

Simply mark on your fret numbers and these can be used in any position.

blank fretboard diagram - 5 frets
[Click here for print sheet]

blank fretboard diagram - 6 frets
[Click here for print sheet]

blank fretboard diagram - 9 frets
[Click here for print sheet]


Larger and full fretboard diagrams

For mapping out larger scale patterns and several chord positions spanning the entire neck.

blank fretboard diagram - 12 frets
[Right hand print sheet]  [Left hand print sheet]

blank fretboard diagram - 12th fret and beyond
[Right hand print sheet]  [Left hand print sheet]

blank fretboard diagram - 17 frets
[Right hand print sheet]  [Left hand print sheet]

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