The first thing you're going to learn on guitar is how to play chords. There are so many chords out there as you notice, some in open position and easy to play, others real finger stretchers that will push your pinkie to the breaking point. The key is to understand that it takes time to form these chords and you need to train your muscle memory. The following tutorials will help understand and master guitar chords.
If you want to learn new chord fingerings, be sure to check the online guitar chord dictionary, with more than 250 guitar chord charts, shown on different fretboard positions, with detailed explanation of chord structure and tones.
Diminished chords often confuse guitar players, as actually there exist 3 types of those chords. This tutorial will show you how to build and to play diminished triads, half-diminished and diminished 7th chords on guitar. You'll also learn how to use them in your own songs... Read more
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Want to learn chords on guitar? Fachords free Guitar Chords Finder software can help you. Over 250 charts position, 40 different types of chords, fretboard visualization and audio backing tracks.. Read more
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