Read a guitar chord diagram by learning the order of the strings and the symbols for fret positions, open strings and silenced strings. The guitar chord chart is organized from left to right with the nut of the guitar at... More »

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To find a specific guitar chord by name, refer to a dedicated guitar chord website, such as ChordBook.com, or a guitar chord book, such as "Mel Bay's Guitar Chords." These websites and books contain databases and catalog... More »

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Songbooks for guitar players that include lyrics and chords are available for shoppers to buy from Hal Leonard and Amazon, as of 2015. These online suppliers offer books with songs from many modern musicians as well as f... More »

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Guitar chord progression charts are listed in diagrams that show strings and finger positions in small illustrations. In many cases, the chord names are listed above the illustrations, making it easier to read the chords... More »

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Some good guitar barre chord charts are the E shape and A Shape charts, according to the FretJam and Cyberfret websites. Barre chords are movable along the fret, so guitar players are able to keep the same chord form any... More »

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There are many different independent websites that offer musicians printable guitar chord charts from an extensive database of songs. Sites such as Chordie allow users to search by artist, song and genre and create a per... More »

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The G5 chord on guitar is most commonly played as a power chord on the three lowest-pitched strings. On a six-string guitar with ordinary tuning, it is usually played on the third fret of the sixth string along with the ... More »