Learn Guitar Chords2 Continues With More Easy To Learn Chords

Learn Guitar Chords2 continues with some more moveable chords with the root note on string 4. Look at the diagram below for more details.

Diagram 1

F Chord

!!-1----2----3---4----5----6---7---8----9--10--!!

!!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 6

!!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 5

!!----!----!-f4-!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 4

!!----!-f3-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 3

!!-f1-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 2

!!-f1-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 1 Diagram 1

Fingering for F Chord

Finger 4 String 4 Fret 3 = F

Finger 3 String 3 Fret 2 = A

Finger 1 String 2 Fret 1 = C

Finger 1 String 1 Fret 1 = F

Play the chords in the same way as outlined in the previous learn guitar chords. Make sure the sound is clear and not interfered with by any other of your fingers. Practice this all the way up and down the fretboard.

As you move up and down the fretboard recite the name of the chords. The note on the 4th string is the root and name of the chord.

You can also change the fingering to make it easier as noted in the diagram below.

!!-1----2----3---4----5----6---7---8----9--10--!!

!!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 6

!!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 5

!!----!----!-f4-!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 4

!!----!-f3-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 3

!!-f2-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 2

!!-f1-!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!----!---- 1

You can also as in the previous lesson play the chords without string 1 the octave of the root note. Next we will show you how to put these chords together easily to play your major chord scale.This concludes learn guitar chords2

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