Printable collection of guitar neck diagram papers is available for you to download and print for your own use! These diagrams are available in a blank and labeled version that you can choose based on your need. Here’s a simple example diagram showing you the F pentatonic major of a bass guitar tuning. Learn and try to memorize these keys.
These guitar neck diagrams allow you to show three different types of text labels on the note markers: note names, intervals, fingerings. These diagrams are for chords with natural notes (C D E F G A B). It’s easier to memorize only the natural notes, and then the notes with flats, and finally the notes with sharps. To help guitar students learn the notes of the fretboard, we have provided some printable blank fretboard diagrams you can use to mark on your own chords and scales.
These blank neck diagrams will get you into the habit of marking down any interesting chord shapes or scale patterns that you like or make! You can try to create your own exercises and interval memorization. Below is provided each diagram for you to print, all in good quality.
Are you ready to learn playing guitar? Check out these guitar neck diagrams and use these miniature neck diagrams to learn where to position your fingers. These free and printable neck diagrams are useful for learning the notes on the fretboard!