How to play an F Major chord on guitar

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F Major

  1. Place your index finger so that it covers both the 2nd and 1st strings on the first fret.
  2. Place your middle finger on the 3rd string, 2nd fret
  3. Place your ring finger on the 4th string, 3rd fret
  4. Start from the 4th string and strum each of the strings below in quick succession. Do not play the 6th or 5th strings.

The F Major Chord is similar in shape to the C Major chord in that it looks much like a staircase, expect for the fact that most of the notes in the F Major chord are moved down one string. Besides the similarity of their shapes, the F and C chords are relatively easy to move between and can be found together in many different musical patterns.



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