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Download FREE Blank Music Sheets, Blank Practice Log Sheets, Circle of 5ths Sheet (SCROLL DOWN for the Video – How to Draw Circle of 5ths in 60 seconds), Chord Charts and more.
Free Music Stuff
Blank Staff and Tabulated (TAB) Notation
FREE 5 LINE STANDARD NOTATION MANUSCRIPT – Standard music notation sheet.
FREE 6-STRING TAB – TAB Notation for 6 string instruments.
FREE 4-STRING TAB – for bass guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele and other 4-string instruments.
FREE 4 PLUS 1 LINE NOTATION – Versatile 4 solid lines and 1 dashed for either 4-line TAB or use the extra line to write standard notation.
FREE 5 PLUS 1 LINE NOTATION – Versatile 5 solid lines and 1 dashed to write standard notation or 6-string TAB.
FREE WEEKLY PRACTICE SHEET – Weekly practice log sheets to keep track of practice items.
FREE BLANK 15-CHORD SHEET – 15 blank guitar chord diagrams on letter sized sheet.
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Practice Log Sheets
WEEKLY GUITAR PRACTICE LOG SHEET – FREE PDF – includes Notation/TAB & blank Fretboard charts. Want this in a book? Take a look at the book below.
Guitar Practice Log book – Weekly Planner: 10 row practice log, 4 multipurpose TAB/staff lines, fretboard length blank chord chart Lasts well over 2 Years – 1 page per week.
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Circle of 5ths
CIRCLE OF 5THS DIAGRAM AND EXERCISE IDEAS – FREE PDF Here’s a sheet TAKEN FROM Guitar in Real Time books to printout and study.
Watch the fastest way EVER to draw this from memory.
Guitar Chord Charts
FREE – SIMPLE 4-STRING CHORDS – Start with one-finger chords using arpeggios. (See video)
5 BASIC CHORDS – Learn the five basic major chord shapes as a foundation for all the others.
7TH CHORDS IN OPEN POSITION – Turn the five basic chords into dominant 7th chords.
FREE – MAJOR 7TH CHORDS IN OPEN POSITION – Major 7th chords playable in 1st position
FREE – SIMPLE POWER CHORDS – By the classical definition of a chord, a power chord is not really a chord. A chord should have three or more notes. A power chord has only two, most often a 1st and a 5th played together. Play these tones together with an octave or unison tone of the 1st, but they are still not counted as being another chord tone. The pdf download uses mostly 1st and 5th intervals except for the occasional 6th interval. These are the old Chuck Berry style of power chord.