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How to play e major, c, a minor and f major on the guitar

Play E Major, C, a Minor and F Major on the Guitar

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First, make sure your guitar is in standard tuning. Starting from the thickest string, the tuning should be: Low E, A, D, G, B and High E.

Put aside your pick, and we'll start with the C chord.

Put aside your pick, and we'll start with the C chord.

Place your first finger on the B string on the first fret. Frets are the sections from the pegs, down to the hole.

Place your first finger on the B string on the first fret. Frets are the sections from the pegs, down to the hole.

Place your middle finger on the D string on the second fret.

Place your middle finger on the D string on the second fret.

Then place your ring finger on the A string on the third fret.

Then place your ring finger on the A string on the third fret.

If you're strumming sounds muffled, make sure to have your fingers pointed while on the strings. Don't press down too hard.

Let's move onto the A minor chord. The first and middle finger have the same placements as the C chord.

Let's move onto the A minor chord. The first and middle finger have the same placements as the C chord.

Place your third finger on the G string on the third fret.

Place your third finger on the G string on the third fret.

Now onto E major. Place your first finger on the G string on the first fret.

Now onto E major. Place your first finger on the G string on the first fret.

Place your middle finger on the A string on the second fret.

Place your middle finger on the A string on the second fret.

Place your third finger on the D string on the second fret right below your middle finger.

Place your third finger on the D string on the second fret right below your middle finger.

We'll be learning the final chord; the F chord. It's the hardest out of these four.

We'll be learning the final chord; the F chord. It's the hardest out of these four.

Place your first finger on the high E and the B string on the first fret. Your finger should be holding head both down at the same time.

Place your first finger on the high E and the B string on the first fret. Your finger should be holding head both down at the same time.

Place your middle finger on the G string on the second fret.

Place your middle finger on the G string on the second fret.

Place your third finger on the D string on the third fret.

Place your third finger on the D string on the third fret.

Remember that practice makes perfect. Keep your fingers pointed on the strings, and don't press too hard on them. Good luck!

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