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Playing chords with the mandolin is easy! If you are new to this,  check the “Beginner? Start Here” section below to see how to play easy two-fingered or three fingered chords! Otherwise, you can access the by far biggest online mandolin chords database, to find how to play any chord you can imagine.
 

Mandolin Chords Database

This is the chords reference database. In here, chords are presented on mandolin fretboards, fingered for your convenience.

For every root note, fretboards are presented for the following chord types: maj, min, dim, aug, dim7, 7th, m7, maj7, dim7, aug7, mmaj7, 7b5, 7#5, m7b5, m7#5, 6th, m6, 9th, m9, madd9, 11th, sus2, sus4, 3th, 4th, 5th, 5add9.

Detailed articles are also available for selected chords to get you started.

Enjoy! G Chords Featured Images

 

Beginner? Start Here 

Resources related with Chords Theory

If you want to really understand chords, check the chords theory articles to understand how chords are constructed and what is the difference between chord types like major and minor chords and much-much more…

Learn More About Chords Theory>

 

Check also the books below, you may find them useful.

 

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B mandolin Chords – Quick Reference of all chords

Here is a quick reference I created for B chords that I think you will find very helpful, as:

– It is simple: chords are fingered.
– It is fast: with one click you see three variants

A mandolin Chords – Quick Reference of all chords

Here is a quick reference of A chords that I think you will find very helpful, as:

– It is simple: chords are fingered.
– It is fast: with one click you see three variants of any

G mandolin Chords – Quick Reference of all chords

Here is a quick reference I created for G chords that I think you will find very helpful, as:

– It is simple: chords are fingered.
– It is fast: with one click you see three variants

F mandolin Chords – Quick Reference of all chords

Here is a quick reference I created for F chords that I think you will find very helpful, as:

– It is simple: chords are fingered.
– It is fast: with one click you see three variants

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