Lesson 5.1 – How To Read A Chord Grid

Chord diagrams are a simple way to visualize exactly how a chord is fingered on the guitar fretboard. The six vertical lines represent the six strings on a guitar; the horizontal lines represent frets, except for the top line which is the nut of the guitar.

The image below shows an example of a blank chord grid and how each element is represented on the guitar neck.

The next image gives an example of the C Major Open Position chord grid and an image to reference. Use the chord grid and image example to see if you can place your fingers in the correct spots.


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Lesson 5.1 – How To Read A Chord Grid

Chord diagrams are a simple way to visualize exactly how a chord is fingered on the guitar fretboard. The six vertical lines represent the six strings on a guitar; the horizontal lines represent frets, except for the top line which is the nut of the guitar.

The image below shows an example of a blank chord grid and how each element is represented on the guitar neck.

The next image gives an example of the C Major Open Position chord grid and an image to reference. Use the chord grid and image example to see if you can place your fingers in the correct spots.


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