Printable Free Piano Chord Chart

printable piano chord chartLooking for a free piano chord chart? Look no further! I’ve created a chart that shows you the proper piano keys to play to create all the basic major, minor, seventh, augmented, and diminished chords. And you DON’T have to read music to use it! This chart will be an invaluable tool for you to refer to while working your way through lead sheets, guitar books, or chord progressions you find on the internet.

Just click the link below to get your free piano chord chart – AND free video piano chord lessons – no strings attached.

Click here to download your free chord chart.

I hope you enjoy your free chord chart – no one should be without one!


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17 thoughts on “Printable Free Piano Chord Chart

  1. 19May,2011
    Thank You for the chord charts, they are just what I’ve been looking for.
    If only all Piano Teachers would put their students first like you instead of
    putting the $ first the world would be a much kinder and gentler place.
    Thanks again Bill may God Pour Out All HIS Best Blessings Upon You,
    Your Family and Friends.
    Robert in TN

    • It depends on the way it’s written. If it’s Bb(9), or just Bb9, then it’s just a Bb7 chord (Bb – D – F – Ab) with an added 9th (C). If it’s B(b9), then it’s a B7 chord (B – D# – F# – A) with an added, flatted 9th (C).

  2. Thank you so much for you piano chord charts, exactly what I needed! I must have gone to 25 web sites that had chord charts where they wouldn’t print, were too small or too crowded together. I will not forget your site.
    Thank you so much,

  3. Thanks for the free chord chart. I have played the gutiar for years but my arthritis is making it hard to to hold the strings. I have a keyboard now and I hope I can learn a few chords and still play some music. Thanks loads

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