Find chords on piano, guitar, and ukulele

Start by selecting a root note and chord type at the top. Click the "Instrument" button to switch between piano, guitar, ukulele, and music notation. Play the selected chord by clicking the "Play chord" button or by pressing the spacebar on your keyboard.

On the guitar and ukulele, numbers indicate which fingers you should use to hold the strings. The number "1" is the index finger, "2" is the middle finger, "3" is the ring finger, and "4" is the pinky. Click "Show note names" to show note names instead of fingering.

Click on the piano keys or use your keyboard to play the piano. The keyboard's first row of letters corresponds to the white keys, and the row of numbers corresponds to the black keys. You can play multiple notes at the same time.

Click on the strings or use your keyboard to play the guitar and ukulele. Each of the four keyboard rows corresponds to a string. Press and hold the shift key (⇧) and use the top two keyboard rows to play the top two guitar strings.

Free online chord exercises

Try our free chord exercises and learn how to identify, write, and play chords. You'll also find a variety of other music exercises that will expand your musical understanding and abilities.