The intervals of this chord are Root, Perfect Fourth, and Perfect Fifth
Some chord charts name this chord as:
- G Suspended Fourth
The notes in the G Suspended Fourth chord are G, C, and D
Learn how to read chord diagrams here
Notes in the G sus4 chord:
G C D
Want to master chords theory? Learn more with our chords construction tutorial
You can create any fingering you like on any part of the fretboard, just play some of the chord tones shown in the map below. Some shapes will sound good, some less, let your ears decide!
In this Q&A post 11 guitar experts share their strategies to manage the guitar fretboard. Discover different approaches and tricks to facilitate fingerboard navigation.
Learn guitar chords, scales, fretboard, progressions, and music theory with these free tutorials. You can also download the free guitar ebooks and play with the interactive guitar learning software..
There are many ways in which music for guitar is written down: chords charts, scales boxes, music sheets, and so forth. This tutorial will teach how to read music for guitar.
Learn how to play the D major scale on guitar: this tutorial will show you the most common patterns used to play this scale. You'll learn also the notes and the structure of this scale, plus some tips on the best way to play scales on the fretboard.
Is this helpful?
Share with your fellow guitar players! If you want to stay updated (and get the free printable resources) subscribe here!