Movable Chord Shapes for Mandolin

Common Chords
Sixth Chords
Seventh Chords
Ninth Chords
Suspended Chords
Add Chords
How Movable Chords Work

Movable chords are chords that can be moved anywhere on the neck because they don't include open strings. This allows them to be played on any root.

The root of the chord is indicated by a white circle in the chord diagrams. Simply move the chord shape to the fret that matches the root you want.

For example, if a chord diagram shows the root on the 4th string and you want an A chord, you would move the shape so the white circle is at the second fret on that string.