Guitar Charts

Guitar Major Triad Inversions

Guitar Major Triad Inversions

Typically guitar chords are played as 5 or 6 note bar chords or open guitar chords at the neck. But also commonly guitar chords can be played as 3 note triads. Read More
Guitar Minor Triad Inversions

Guitar Minor Triad Inversions

Guitar triads are 3 string chords achieved by muting the unplayed strings. Instead of playing bar chords & open chords, chords can be voiced in 3 note groups. Read More
Metal Style Guitar Scales (3 Notes Per String)

Metal Style Guitar Scales (3 Notes Per String)

Metal style guitar scales always uses three notes per string and always moves the fingers up the fretboard in a diagonal pattern. This style is common in metal. Read More
Travis Style Fingerpicking

Travis Style Fingerpicking

Travis style fingerpicking, named after guitarist Merle Travis, is a guitar technique for right hand picking commonly played on a steel string acoustic guitar. Read More