Here you can download, save and print our blank 6 string guitar chord sheet in PDF format. You can use our blank guitar chord sheet to jot down new guitar chords that you learn, or even guitar chords that you create! To download our free blank 6 string guitar chord sheet template, simply right-click on the link below, and select “Download Linked File”.
Why Blank Chord Sheets for 6 String Guitar Are Important
One of the best reasons to use blank chord sheets for 6 string guitar is to write down new guitar chords that you create. Chords can often be tricky in their nomenclature and man guitarists may have trouble naming them, finding them in a chord dictionary, or finding alternative shapes for them. By using our blank chord sheet for 6 string guitar, you can write down the guitar chord, figure out the notes that are inside the chord, and then easily find alternative shapes for the new 6 string guitar chord you created.
Another reason to use our blank chord sheet for 6 string guitar is to write down chores from songs that have lots of chords in them. Sometimes songs can have so many chords that it’s just easier to read the song from a chord sheet instead of reading the lead sheet. This is because you cam write down the chords in the exact order. This technique is especially useful for beginners or guitarists that are still new to barre chords.
Another reason to download and use our free blank 6 string guitar chord sheet is to begin experimenting with more extended guitar chords. Examples of extended chords would be 9th, 11th and 13th degree jazz chords. Since those chords in their unedited state contain as many as 5-7 different notes, it’s helpful to map out the notes on our free blank guitar chord sheet for 6 string guitar to get a feel for the chord in general.