The 2nd string from the left is a d or you can play 3 fingers on the a string which is the 2nd string from the right
yes. 1st finger = 1st fret 3rd string, 2nd finger = 2nd fret 4th string, 3rd finger = 2nd fret 5th string. All other strings are played open. correction: the chord described above is an E chord An A chord is played by placing your 2nd finger on the 2nd fret 4th string, 3rd finger on the 2nd fret 3rd string, 4th finger on the 2nd fret 2nd string, 1st and 5th strings played open, 6th string not played.
6th string, 2nd fret On a 4-string Bass: 4th string (low E), 2nd Fret.
There are two ways to play B9 on the guitar: 1: Put your index finger on the 1st fret, D string (3rd string from the top), middle finger on the 2nd fret, A string (2nd string from the top), and bar the bottom three strings with the ring finger on the 2nd fret. Do not play the low E string (top). 2: Place middle finger on the low E string (top) of the 7th fret. Index finger bars the A string (2nd string from the top) and G string (3rd string from the bottom) on the 6th fret. Then the ring finger is placed on the D string (3rd string from the top) of the 7th fret. And finally the pinky is placed on the B string (2nd string from the bottom) of the 7th fret. Do not play the high E string (bottom).
Here is E natural minor: E string: Open, 2nd fret, 3rd fret; A string: Open, 2nd fret, 3rd fret; D string: Open, 2nd fret.
Press down on the 2nd fret on the A string and the 2nd fret on the D string.
it is the 2nd highest string
The easiest and most frequent chords:A 5th and 1st strings open2nd fret for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th stringsC 1st string open2nd string 1st fret3rd string open4th string 2nd fret5th string 3rd fretD 1st string 2nd fret2nd string 3rd fret3rd string 2nd fret4th string openG 1st string 3rd fret2nd, 3rd, 4th strings open5th string, 2nd fret6th string, 3rd fretE 1st and 2nd strings open3rd string 1st fret4th and 5th strings 2nd fret6th string openE minor 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 6th strings open4th and 5th strings 2nd fret
The 2nd fret on the 6th (Thickest) string, or The 4th fret on the 4th string or The 16th fret on the 4th string or 2nd fret on the 1st (Skinniest) string, or the highest G# 14th fret on the 1st (Skinniest) String.
To play G 1st finger(pointer) = 2nd fret & 5th, 2nd finger = 3rd fret & 6th(top) string, 3rd finger = 3rd fret 2nd string, 4th finger(pinky) 3rd fret 1st(bottom) string. To play E is pretty simple 1st finger, 1st fret 3rd string, 2nd finger, 2nd fret 5th string, 3rd finger 2nd fret 4th string hope this helped Em xoxo
There are a number of ways, counting all the barre chords, but an open B7 is played like this: 2nd finger, 5th string, 2nd fret; 1st finger, 4th string, 1st fret; 3rd finger, 3rd string, 2nd fret; 4th finger, 1st string, 2nd fret.
1st string open 2nd string 1st fret 3rd string open 4th string 2nd fret 5th string 3rd fret Don't strum the 6th string.
A C chord is an open Lo E, 3rd finger on the 3rd fret of the A string, 2nd finger on the 2nd fret of the D string, open G string, 1st finger on the 1st fret of the B string, and an open Hi E string.
When the 1st string and 2nd string quarterbacks are injured or being rested.
On what instrument? On the violin it is the 3rd finger on the A string. The A string is the 2nd string from the right. =)
1st finger on 3rd (G) string 2nd fret 2nd finger 1st (E) string 2nd fret 3rd finger 2nd (B) string 3rd fret Strum only the first 5 strings without the 6th (lower E) string, so the 1st and 4th strings are open.
3rd finger on G string and 2nd on A String
ring finger :- 3rd fret, 2nd string middle finger :- 2nd fret 3rd string 4th string open index finger :- 1st fret, 5th string 6th string open :)
Strings for a Guitar- E or 6th string (low pitched, thickest string) A or 5th string D or 4th string G or 3rd string B or 2nd string E or 1st string (high pitched, thinnest string)
There are two ways to play F7. 1: Bar the first fret of the guitar with your index finger. Place your middle finger on the G string (3rd string from the bottom) on the second fret. Then put your ring finger on the A string (2nd string from the top) on the 3rd fret. 2: Put your index finger on the B string (2nd string from the bottom) of the sixth fret. Middle finger goes on the D string (3rd string from the top) on the seventh fret. The ring finger is on the A string (2nd string from the top) of the eight fret with the pinky two strings below it on the G string (3rd string form the bottom) on the eight fret.
It depends if you want low or high. A low C is on 5th string, 2nd closest to your face, 3rd fret. A high C is on 2nd string, 2nd closest to your legs, on 1st fret.
In 2012, the Steelers 2nd string quarterback is Byron Leftwich, and the 3rd string is Charlie Batch.
First finger: 2nd fret(1st string counting down) Second finger: 3rd fret (4th string) Third finger: 3rd fret (3rd string) Fourth finger: 3rd fret (2nd string)
I assume you are referring to a C/B chord; this is used as a "passing" chord where you play the top as a normal C chord but the B is you bass (and lowest) note -- use the A string 2nd fret for the B and don't play the lowest E string. Open High E (1st string), first finger on 1st fret 2nd string (C), open 3rd string, third finger on 2nd fret 4th string (E), second finger on 2nd fret 5th string (B). It sounds weird by itself, but play a normal C --> C/B --> Am and you can see how it's normally used.