Blank Guitar Sheet Resources

Hey guys,

On this page you will find sheets of blank TAB, standard notation, chord diagrams, and scale diagrams.

These are great for keeping track of what you have been practicing or simply writing down your own new ideas. Just click the icon of the sheet that you want to dowload. Once you download the PDF you can print as many copies as you like.

Blank Guitar TAB Sheets Blank Standard Notation Sheets
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Blank Guitar Chord Sheets Blank Guitar Scale Sheets
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This Lesson Has 15 Comments

  • GbyCastro says:

    I’m from Brazil and I love this site to learn many things here, and I want to append more !!!

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    Ad free, nice.

  • rockii says:

    I just stumbled by pure accident on your site. Still shaken at the idea of ‘free’. Some people understands it, some don’t. Some have to make a living, some make others live – it is the essence of music. I’ve battled nearly more than half my life to live and to do it, with no coach. Thanks, at least someone out there knows there is a third world.

  • Dewit says:

    Awsome!

    • Louis says:

      Hi Lisa thank you for the invitation. We sort of met when you peotsd the 3 chord carols on You Tube & I appreciate your invitation to join your community here. I just read thru’ most of the posts here & recognized Jim Scanlan from Acoustic Guitar Community. Jim & I have spoken a number of times there but what a small world this music world is really! Hi Jim!I also noticed there were a number of people here with special things to overcome & I am among them. I began playing at the age of 12. Self taught for the most part using an old Harmony Jamboree guitar that a friend of my mothers left at our house for a year. It came with a little cardboard card with chord finger diagrams & I experimented from those until I was able to play.From there I was in a band for 8 years as a rhythm guitarist. I didn’t do much singing have about a one octave range & could do voice overs for Minnie Mouse. But I loved my guitar! At that time I had a Gibson LG1 & my beloved soulmate, a 1964 Framus Falcon12 a guitar that was almost destroyed when movers stored it unprotected in desert heat for 10 months. More on that in a moment.Things in my life were going along smoothly til May of 2001 when I had a brain aneurysm which paralyzed my left side. End of guitar playing, plus a few other things for awhile.But then the move from Vegas & the (almost) destruction of my beautiful Framus. I found a very talented man who works at Martin guitars & he repaired my guitar. At that point I thought if my baby can be fixed & ready to play again, so can I! And I felt that if I was going to have to relearn everything, why not learn to finger pick or flat pick something I’d wanted to do my entire life!It was that determination which brought me to your 3 chord carols on You Tube & here I am today. My hand works, I have all the tools I need in my brain to play, but just need to get the message from the brain to the fingers. For some reason your method has enabled me & it is happening. Glacially slow, but happening! =)I look forward to getting better yet with your assistance. Thanks for being here. ♥~Ginger~

  • John Higgins says:

    Just a young grand father who has played simple cords and never took lessons. Now with your free lessons online I have got into the daily practice in a systematic way and it feels nice to learn things the right way. Bought an 1959 Kay guitar like my dad had and I picked up a Seagull that plays easy and sounds so nice. (The Kay means a great deal to me but the Seagull made in Canada is a great guitar for the price)

  • Ralph Marlow says:

    Its free so can’t complain too much, but it would be nice if there was notation lines above the tabs all on one sheet.

  • erdogan says:

    thank you very much excellent lessons great videos from a great teacher take care and god bless.

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  • Eben hutchinson says:

    Thanks for providing a valuable resource when I need it!!! :-)

  • g0binda says:

    It will more helpful if you upload pdf files of seets!

  • g0binda says:

    I Got It. Thanks A Lot.

  • peter says:

    thank you i apprieciate the free tab etc sheets

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