All Guitar Chords Chart

All Guitar Chords Chart

Welcome to the ‘All Guitar Chords Chart page’, with charts of fretboard diagrams for all major, minor, dominant 7th and minor 7th chords.

Links to other guitar chord types – and lessons / articles about playing chords – are also provided. Use the links below to find the chord you need.

Quick Chord Finder

What type of chord do you want to play? (Click to skip to the desired section)

Learn all of the chords on this page, and many more guitar chords, in our printable guitar chords ebook. See sample pages here: Guitar Chords eBook.


Major Guitar Chords Chart

Use the guitar fretboard diagrams below to play major chords.

Major chords are bright, ‘happy’ sounding chords. The major chord symbol only shows the root note of the chord, without any additional letters or symbols.

All Guitar Chords Chart Major Fretboard Diagrams 1

All Guitar Chords Chart Major Fretboard Diagrams 2

All Guitar Chords Chart Major Fretboard Diagrams 3

All Guitar Chords Chart Major Fretboard Diagrams 4

All guitar chords chart: major

Other ways of playing major chords can be found on the following pages:

C Major
D Major
E Major
F Major
F# Major
Bb Major


Minor Guitar Chords Chart

The following guitar chord diagrams represent minor chords. The symbol for a minor chord is the root note followed by a lower case ‘m’.

Minor chords sound ‘sad’, and are the second most common type of chord after major chords. Only one note differentiates minor chords from major chords: the ‘third’, which is a semitone lower in minor chords.

Minor Guitar Chords Chart 1

Minor Guitar Chords Chart 1

Minor Guitar Chords Chart 3

Minor Guitar Chords Chart 4

All guitar chords chart: minor (m)

Alternative ways of playing minor chords can be found on the following pages:

Em Chord


Dominant 7th Guitar Chord Charts

Dominant seventh chords have an ‘expectant’ sound. They often resolve into major chords with a root a perfect 5th lower than that of the 7th chord.

Dominant 7th Guitar Chords Chart 1

Dominant 7th Guitar Chords Chart 2

Dominant 7th Guitar Chords Chart 3

Dominant 7th Guitar Chords Chart 4

All guitar chords chart: dominant 7th (7)


Minor 7th (m7) Guitar Chords Chart Diagrams

Minor 7th chords have a ‘weaker’, ‘less solid’ sound than major, minor and dominant 7th chords. They are often used before dominant 7th chords to set up ‘cadences’, which provide satisfying endings to musical phrases.

Minor 7th m7 Guitar Chords Chart 1

Minor 7th m7 Guitar Chords Chart 2

Minor 7th m7 Guitar Chords Chart 3

Minor 7th m7 Guitar Chords Chart 4

All guitar chords chart: minor 7th (m7)


All Guitar Chords Articles

Everything you need to become an expert rhythm guitarist!

• Learn how to play your first guitar chords here: Simple Guitar Chords

• More information on playing guitar chords can be found here: How To Play Chords On Guitar

• Play famous songs on your guitar: Happy Birthday & Silent Night

• Learn how to play barre chords (sometimes called ‘bar chords’): Easy Barre Chords

• Learn how to write guitar riffs using power chords: Easy Guitar Riffs

• Learn more about the notes in guitar chords: Guitar Chord Theory

• Want to play jazzy chord progressions? Start here: Jazz Guitar Chords

• Learn some great sounding, slightly more complex, chords here: Guitar Chord Of The Week

• Play chords on your bass guitar: Bass Chords

• Learn more about 7th, 9th and 13th chords: Dominant Chords

• Learn which chords belong to each key: Diatonic Chords


All Guitar Chords Chart: Conclusion

We hope that you have found all of the guitar chords charts on this page useful. For many guitarists, being able to play guitar chords marks the beginning of an enjoyable playing career!

Guitar Chord Book to Download

Download a printable guitar chord book containing a multitude of chords for all musical styles here: Guitar Chord Book.

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