#1
I need a few classical notations that feature mainly guitar chords and not single notes , but not to a boring rhythm such as 1 2 3 4.

The reason I want chords is because this way I will have to read several notes at once and I think it could improve my reading a bit quicker.
#2
Buy the rockschool sight reading/improvising preparation book. There's some good stuff in there.

If you want classical music, then I imagine you can find some if you google it.
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#4
Reading single notes with weird timings beats reading loads of notes played at the same beat. Learn the treble clef notes. Ascending they are E,G,B,D,F on the lines and F,A,C,E between the lines. Take it slow and learn some easy classical songs.

Sorry if it was not helpful at all, I'm a wee bit drunk.

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#5
Hey professorlamp,
I recommend Guitar Freak Workstation with SightReader Master.
It's totally adjustable to the users level and works on reading notes with rhythms. I've looked around and there's nothing for guitar or bass software that deals with sight-reading but this. The download site with some info is www.prolevelguitar.com
PS it does chords as well. From what I can see, you can upgrade the software to a whole bunch of tools I haven't seen before... there's some videos on them.