Purpose

This page will help you visualize the fret board of any guitar in any tuning*. Use the predefined profiles, or create your own combination of # of strings, # of frest and tuning.

(*) any tuning that uses the chromatic scale (12 notes in an octave).

Name of guitar/tuning
Number of strings
Number of frets to show
Accidental
use 'b' instead of '#'

Examples

Regular tunings
6-string guitar ('normal')
4-string bass
5-string bass
5-string banjo (bluegrass)
Alternative tunings (blues/folk)
open A
open C
open D
open G
open Eminor

References


D# C G# D# G#
E C# A E A
F D A# F A#
F# D# B F# B
G E C G C
G# F C# G# C#
A F# D A D
A# G D# A# D#
B G# E B E
C A F C F
C# A# F# C# F#
•• D B G D G
D# C G# D# G#
E C# A E A
F D A# F A#
F# D# B F# B
G E C G C
G# F C# G# C#

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