Blank Music Paper (Notation, TAB, & Guitar Grids)

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Write Down Your Musical Ideas!

This free, printable PDF includes blank music sheets with staff notation, guitar tabs, and chord charts. It's helpful for musicians, students, and teachers alike.

Blank Sheet Music for Chord Charts

This blank sheet music is perfect for writing down your favorite guitar chords. Each page contains 12 blank chord diagrams.

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How to Read TABs

Write down your musical ideas with guitar tab paper, blank chord diagrams, and staff notation all in one place.

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Other Uses for Blank Music Sheets

Sheet music paper has myriad uses.  Here are a few ideas.

Practice writing and counting rhythms

There may be times when you doodle.  On the phone, watching a program, etc.  During this time, write rhythms for fun. You can choose a number of beats per measure, and practice combining notes that makes up that total.  Then you can clap/tap and count them if you like.  This is such good practice.

Practice your music theory

If you are currently learning the names of notes, you can write a crop of dots and then name them.  Imagine where on the guitar you could play them.  This is mental practice, or visualizing.  It's very effective at speeding up your reading music.

Label chords

Write 3 or more notes as a stack, then see if you can figure out what chord they make.   To do this, you'll need to know a little music theory.  But if you are at this stage in your learning, it is a wonderful practice.  Like solving a puzzle.

Write out your pieces

If you are memorizing a piece of music, see if you can write it out from memory.  This will challenge your visual memory and understanding of your music.  Your musical memory will soar.

Music paper as wrapping paper

Make gifts stylish and unique by wrapping them in notation paper.  You can even print it in different colors if you like.

Note paper and stationery

People love getting notes on music paper.  It makes them feel like they have entered a creative world of artists and composers. To write on music paper, just ignore the lines, or write on the bias (slanted).  Use a colored pen to increase the contrast.

Anything else you can think of

Music sheets are great for anything you can think of.  You can use them for many elements of practice away from the guitar.  And you can substitute them for anything else you use paper for. Let your imagination run with it and bring more music to your daily life.  

How to Read Music Notation

Click here to access our course on How to Read Music on Guitar.

This course is a step-by-step guide that introduces the basics of reading music notation on the guitar. Here's a course preview:

Learn to Read Music for Guitar

More About This Blank Sheet Music PDF

The PDF contains two pages. On the first page, you'll find 12 blank chord charts (aka chord diagrams) on the top of the page. Blank standard notation & blank tab notation takes up the rest of the page. The second page includes blank staff paper, useful if you'd like to work with standard notation alone. This blank sheet music PDF is ready-to-print, with standard letter paper size.  
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Allen Mathews

Hi, I’m Allen Mathews. 


I started as a folk guitarist, then fell in love with classical guitar in my 20’s. Despite a lot of practice and schooling, I still couldn’t get my music to flow well. I struggled with excess tension. My music sounded forced. And my hands and body were often sore. I got frustrated, and couldn’t see the way forward. Then, over the next decade, I studied with two other stellar teachers – one focused on the technical movements, and one on the musical (he was a concert pianist). In time, I came to discover a new set of formulas and movements. These brought new life and vitality to my practice. Now I help guitarists find more comfort and flow in their music, so they play more beautifully.
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