How To Learn All Chords In Minutes

Are you a guitar beginner and want to make music as soon as possible? Then you are right here.
Let's not spend a lot of time on theory. In other words, we are not clarifying today why these
techniques work, only how they work.
What do you need to know in advance?
Most songs can be accompanied by major and minor chords.
All major chords are built on the same principle. And all minor chords are built on the same
principle. That is, if we know a major chord, we can move the shape on the guitar and get a
different major chord. It works the same way with minor chords.
Major chord:
For the major chord we only need the second, third and fourth strings
(counted from the ground). We play all the strings in the same fret. I like to play this
shape with one finger that grips all the strings on the same fret. The third string shows
what kind of major chord it is. Compare the note on the third string.


Notes on the third string:

You want to play an A major chord. You look for the letter A on the third string and
find it on the second fret. So you play the shape in the second fret.
So you play the second fret on the second string, the second fret on the third string
and the second fret on the fourth string.
Likewise, you could play a C major chord with the shape in the fifth fret.
Minor chord:
For the minor chord we only need the first, second and third strings
(counted from the ground). We play all the strings in the same fret. I like to play this
shape with one finger that grips all the strings on the same fret. The first string shows
what a minor chord it is. Compare the note on the first string.


Notes on the first string:

Example:
You want to play an A minor chord. You look for the letter A on the first string and find
it on the fifth fret. So you play the form in the fifth fret.
So you play the fifth fret on the first string, the fifth fret on the second string and the
fifth fret on the third string.
Likewise, you could play a C minor chord with the eighth fret shape.


Let's summarize. With this article you can learn a chord shape for major and minor chords in
minutes. With a little practice you will soon be able to play all 12 major and all 12 minor chords.
Try the chord progression C F G C or Am Dm Em Am.
About the author: This article was written by the best guitar teacher in Hildesheim, Germany. René
helps people make music on the gutiar from the first lesson on.

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