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How To Begin Learning To Play Chords In Guitar

By Red Green

If you are having problem with playing chords in a guitar then this page will give you things that you need to do in order to learn guitar quickly. For a beginner, it is preferable to start with G major chord, C major chord and D major chord. When playing with a G major chord you should make the sound at the same time. Only the bottom five strings should be strummed when playing the C major key. To play the D major key the four bottom strings should only be strummed. This article will teach you how to play the basic chords in playing guitar.

When playing with a G major chord you should make the sound at the same time. The guitar player should place the second finger on the sixth string of the third fret. Then he can place the first finger on the fifth string of the second fret. The third finger is then placed on the third fret of the first string. It is important to remember that the fingers should be curled and should not be touching any other strings that they are not supposed to touch.

2. C major Chord. You place the 3rd finger on the 3rd fret of the 5th string. Then, the 2nd finger may be placed on the 2nd fret of the 4th string. Then place the 1st finger on the 1st fret of the 2nd string. Only the bottom five strings should be strummed when playing the C major key.

3. D major Chord. This may be difficult for some beginners because the three fingers crowd into a very small area. You can put the 1st finger on the 3rd string of the 4th fret. Then you can place the 3rd finger on the 2nd string of the 3rd fret. And last is put your 2ndfinger in the 1st string of the 2nd fret.

You have already had some idea on how with the 3 major chords. In how to play the 3 most common chords the G major, C major and D major. You can now play songs with your guitar that has these three chords. These will be your starting point in learning all the chords in playing the guitar. Enjoy it.

As a writer, sometimes the best past time would be listening to music for relaxation. Engaging into music like playing guitar is one of the relaxing past time one could ever learn.

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