If you are planning to learn how to play guitar, start off your lesson by learning the guitar chords. We have provided printable guitar chords for beginners along with the chord charts to help you study precisely. These guitar chords charts are available with common open guitar chords and basic chords. Select the charts which you need the most depending on the kinds of key and chords that you want to learn. For beginners, basic and common guitar chords are the best selection. Study all the important guitar part names to get you started with the basic electric guitar parts.
The guitar chord chart provides a simple and easy-to-understand chart/overview of the guitar chords. Acoustic guitars can be played without amplification while electric guitars require an amplifier to produce a sound loud enough to hear well. There are more parts to remember on electric guitars because of the electronics used and different features not available on acoustic guitars. On each guitar, strings are numbered from the thinnest string (1st string) to the thickest string (6th string). The tuning is given from the 6th string to the 1st string: E-A-D-G-B-E. Learn how to play beginner guitar chords with this free downloadable beginner chord chart.
Take a look at the following guitar and the neck diagrams to know more about the parts and the neck! The typical fretboard or dots on the guitar neck like what we have in these diagrams give reference points to guide you and help you know where you are on the fretboard layout.
Learn about all the parts of a guitar to help you get the best possible sound from your guitar. With the help of these charts, hopefully, you will be able to fully understand any guitar parts and how to play it!