Charts

Scroll down for my free printable charts and flash cards.

Direct Links to my Podcast Chord Charts

Ordered Newest To Oldest Episode.
Clicking the Song Title will link you to the lesson, which includes the Youtube video and additional resources.
Song Title & Lesson LinkArtist.PDF
Save TonightEagle Eye Cherry
Handle With CareTraveling Wilburys
WonderwallOasis
RecklessJames Reyne
Lay Down SallyEric Clapton
Heart Of GoldNeil Young
HallelujahLeonard Cohen
Lean On MeBill Withers
3amMatchbox20
Have You Ever Seen The Rain?Creedence Clearwater Revival
Tainted LoveSoft Cell
Dock Of The BayOtis Redding
Walk The LineJohnny Cash
MoondanceVan Morrison
Wagon WheelOld Crow Medicine Show
Dirty Old TownThe Pogues
Thinking Out LoudEd Sheeran
Better Days by Pete MurrayPete Murray
Jailhouse Blues by C.W StonekingC.W Stoneking
Time After Time by Cyndi LauperCyndi Lauper
Unchain My Heart by Joe CockerJoe Cocker
When Will I Be Loved? by The Everly BrothersThe Everly Brothers
Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues (Part 1), and Molly MaloneThe Pogues |
Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues (Part 2), and A Health To The CompanyThe Pogues |
Little Man by Tom WaitsTom Waits
Little Red Riding Hood by Sam The Sham And The PharaohsSam The Sham And The Pharaohs

Free Printable Charts

Just click on the image to download the .PDF

I-IV-V Flash Cards

I-IV-V Flash Cards

Basic Chords Chart

Basic Chord Charts

How to cut up and use the flash cards

Why practice I-IV-V’s? OH so many reasons. Here are 2.

  1. It helps you learn songs by EAR. You’ll be driving around listening to the radio to a song and scream out “hey… that sounds like a I-IV-V song!” (which is entirely possibly because most songs use these chords) “I could totally play this in 4 different keys, if I wasn’t driving, and had my guitar.”
  2. It helps you transpose songs. Lets say you don’t have a capo, and a song that plays D G A is just too high. No worries! With your flash card theory, you can now play C F G instead, and sing in that key that you’re so comfortable with.