MUSIC PAPER BLANKS

Can you remember every song? Every pitch, chord, scale? Every lyric and song form?

Me neither. That's why we write stuff down. Below are blank pages for the most common ways to write down music. I've also included a brief description of some ways you can use each.

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Staff Paper & TAB Paper

single line staff with percussion clef
  • single line staff with percussion clef
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For writing rhythms only. Percussion clef is included - so it doesn't just look like a bunch of single lines. Which is what it is. And yes, you can just use notebook paper and draw a percussion clef, and write rhythms to your heart's content. It's that simple. That's the point. Rhythm learning is easy if you just focus on rhythm only.

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staff paper
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Staff Paper: five lines, four spaces, as it has been for about 400 years. You can draw your own percussion clef, treble clef, bass clef (or several others, if you're specially learned!). If this thing scares you, then you haven't paid attention to what Songdog has been teaching.

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Chord Charts & Neck Charts

The best chord charts and neck charts on the planet! 
Clear and accurate, providing beginners charts that are visually helpful for learning and remembering chords, scales and more. Awesome features which help beginners get a solid visual image of how their instrument works:

*Show string thickness

*Show fret markers and nuts where needed

*Realistic proportions to help your visual understanding of the fretboard

*Large enough to draw on with either a pdf editor or printed out and using a pencil

*Neck Charts! Not as common as chord charts, these things can help you learn every inch of the fretboard!


Plus they are beautiful, thanks to the brilliant Songdog graphics department!

 

guitar neck charts - 17 fret
  • guitar neck charts - 17 fret
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This one goes up to the 17th fret - this is helpful if you are notating a scale in every position. Sometimes you'll begin higher than open position and therefore want to carry on your patterns farther up than 12th fret.

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uke neck charts - 17 fret
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This one goes up to the 17th fret - this is helpful if you are notating a scale in every position. Sometimes you'll begin higher than open position and therefore want to carry on your patterns farther up than 12th fret.

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