From user feedback, we've adapted our unique horizontal chord grid layouts for the left handed guitar. Try out our free left handed guitar chord charts using the links below.
An 'X' to the left of a string shows that the string should not be played or strummed, or should be deadened by another finger. For example, to play this chord of C Major, put fingers one two and three in the positions indicated, and either do not play the lowest string, or deaden the string by touching it lightly with either the adjacent third finger, or with the fourth finger. Next to the grid on the right, you can see how this would actually look on the left handed guitar shown on the left.
In our left handed guitar chord charts, the top line of the grid or chord diagram always corresponds to the highest sounding string on the guitar. The lowest line corresponds to the lowest sounding (and thickest) string. Chords where no fret number is specified always start at the first fret.