Today I’ve put together another set of chord diagrams in pdf format. Enjoy!
Today I’ve just posted a few pdf’s which show the CAGED shapes for major, minor, dom7, maj7 and min7 arpeggios. They also have the most common two and three octave fingerings.
I’ve been doing a few articles on the CAGED system recently, so I thought it was about time that I released a pdf with the basic CAGED shapes for simple triads.
Recently I’ve been preparing a number of chord charts and scale charts for my CAGED Articles as well as for the Essential Open Chords post. While I was backing-up/re-organising my working files from those posts I realised, that I’d created a whole bunch of fingering charts. So I added a the ones that were missing and collated them all into a few pdfs and hey presto!
Today is a pretty simple post, just a pdf for each of the seven diatonic modes. Each pdf includes both a large fretboard map for the whole neck, the five CAGED positions and the seven 3NPS (three notes per string) fingerings. Theres also a single pdf with all seven pages as one document.
Today I thought I’d post a pdf of a convenient chart of the most common open chord grips. Every player should be familiar with these simple shapes (even the slightly obscure ones such as 7sus4 chords) since they help develop more interesting movable shapes later on.
I’ve been working on a few up-coming posts about rhythm reading – and I’ve been using the Lilypond music engraver to prepare the notation. In doing so I’ve also discovered how to create blank manuscript and blank TAB paper. I also grabbed out the old templates I’ve been using to create my chord charts.