chords to learn -
Every musician understands the struggle of learning a new song or chord - trust me, I know how it feels!
In this case, practice really does make perfect. So take these a couple at a time and you'll notice that learning new chords just gets easier and easier!
DOTS INDICATE FINGER PLACEMENT
X = DO NOT PLAY THIS STRING
O = AN OPEN STRING (i.e no finger required)
Note: Further guide as to how to read the Chord Charts can be found by scrolling down this page.
Strings: 6 5 4 3 2 1 Names: E A D G B E
This is a C chord:
The "X" tells us: We do not play the 6th string (The Low E). The "O"'s tell us: we play the FIRST and THIRD stings 'open' Place a finger on the: FIRST fret of the SECOND string SECOND fret of the 4th string THIRD fret of the 5th string
This is what your finger placement should look like: