Players can learn guitar chords online through ChordBook.com, All-Guitar-Chords.com and 8notes.com. These sites have all of the guitar chords easily accessible through interactive tools with visual charts for each chord.
ChordBook.com has a sleek interface and design that includes chord names and a graphic of a guitar. The chord selection has a root section, and when the root is selected more chords using that root appear to choose from. The guitar image shows the finger placement necessary for the chord with numbered dots on the strings. Different fret boards are available to match different guitars, and users can play the note with the strum button.
All-Guitar-Chords.com has a similar interface that is not as sleek, but includes capo marks on the guitar and shows split chords. The site also has scales, chord progressions, a glossary and forums, among other tools, to help users learn important information about guitars. One page lets users input finger placements on a fret board to find out what the name of the chord is.
8notes.com lists roots, and from there users can choose specific chords. A play button beneath each chord plays audio of the full chord strumming, along with individual notes. The site features a guitar tuning page to ensure chords sound correct.