Problems with difficult chords such as F - Need Help

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by vishwa.g, Mar 18, 2006.

  1. vishwa.g

    vishwa.g New Member

    hey ..i want to learn how to play a guitar,,so i am rite now learning chords,,i got print out of various chords from internet,,n learnt quite alot,,but stilll i have sum problems with difficult chords such as F etc..n dont no wat is suspended n alll..i cant go to a teacher my parents dont have time to look after me....i want to learn guitar on my own,,,,plzz tell me wat should i do to learn it..i am practicing chords n have progresses alot,i am 13,,plz...give me an advice,,all i want is the u tell me wat shld i do tell learn complete guitar n becomin a gud guitarist,,!!!,,thanks yaar...
     
  2. d_ist_urb_ed

    d_ist_urb_ed Genuflect b*tches!

    ^:shock: Please post your queries in the Beginner's Q and A forum.
     
  3. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    for starters learn barre chords
     
  4. uj_6string

    uj_6string Nickelodean Addict :D

    well, first of all, cheer yourself up!u need a positive attitude to play the guitar....you are going to have trouble as u progress, but this is natural, happens to every guitarist.....:beer:....whatever problems u have, post it here and we all are gonna help u....
    now, u have problems with F.....let me tell u, that is one really tough chord....it took me around 2 to 3 weeks to master it....so dont get disappointed, u shall soon master it....:)
    for more help click on this link:
    http://www.indianguitartabs.com/showthread.php?t=4916
    best of luck:beer:
     
  5. sidtheimmortal

    sidtheimmortal New Member

    Hey!...common cheer up!....i know how much that F Chord troubles..i am also like 13 and half years old.......just work hard and practise and everthing will be damn easy!
     
  6. EnergyJob

    EnergyJob New Member

    Beginner's Q&A Forum

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  7. mani_manu

    mani_manu New Member

    learn barre chords ...thy are very good..coz after some times u wont like to play open chords..
     
  8. vicks_virgo

    vicks_virgo New Member

    Dear vishwa.g,
    This is the easiest and the best way to play F Maj chord if one cannot play the barre chord.

    e |--1--|-----|-----|-----
    B |--1--|-----|-----|-----
    G |-----|--2--|-----|-----
    D |-----|-----|--3--|-----
    Ax|-----|-----|-----|-----
    Ex|-----|-----|-----|-----

    The above chord tab is self-explanatory. The 1 finger should be kept in such a way that it simultaneously covers the first frets each of the first and the second string. The last two strings A and E should not be played. This chord F Maj has its root on first string E and fourth string D.
     
  9. angel_of_sin

    angel_of_sin bassist.....

    who da hell digs out queries which are two year olds??????????
     
  10. vicks_virgo

    vicks_virgo New Member

    It's better late than never. Hope, somebody would gain benefit from this post.
     
  11. angel_of_sin

    angel_of_sin bassist.....

    yea u think dat vishwa charector is gonna wait two years two learn a barre chord????????
     
  12. gamel

    gamel New Member

    My guitar teacher showed me an exercise where you use all four fingers of your left hand fretted on adjacent strings and adjacent frets. So maybe you play index at fret 1 on the top e, then middle on fret 2 on the b, ring on fret 3 on the g and pinky on fret 4 on the D. Play the chord, and make sure you're playing it cleanly, no buzzing. Then you repeatedly play the chord, then release the pressure from your left hand fingers, so the chord will be muted. So it's like on off on off on off, or squeeze release squeeze release with the left hand.It seems (at least to me) that with such a fretting pattern, putting the pressure on and taking it off in quick repeats really works out the thumb and index finger strength, which is what you need for barring chords like the F chord. You'll find after not too long doing that exercise (like a minute, maybe less), you will start to feel the strain in your thumb. When that happens, take a rest, maybe switch position of your fingers and try again. Don't work it too hard or make it painful, just do little bits of it here and there while you're practising. I hope this is clear to you.


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  13. horsesmouth

    horsesmouth Active Member

    i know dis since i've compiled it myself while learning from th' internet
    really its very good.....to learn basics very fast
    note: no data in this book has been purely sourced by me....;)

    here r 2 links (just add http:// before the link):

    rapidshare.com/files/192051992/Guitar_Chords_Made_Easypdf.pdf.html

    rapidshare.com/files/192064808/Guitar_Chords_Made_Easy.pdf.html



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  14. criminallawyer

    criminallawyer New Member

    There's no need to be frightened by a symbol that says something like Cm13, A7sus 4 or even D/C. Working these things out is just a matter of arithmetic - sometimes tiresome, but arithmetic just the same.
    But here's something that might help. The deal is this - if you have the type of chord you are looking for (maj 7, dim, add9 etc) written out on the keynote of C, you should be able to work out the notes in the chord you want by transposing - just as you do when you writeout a tune in a key that is comfortable for your instrument.
    So, if I give you the chord of C7 (C, E, G, Bb), you should be able to transpose the notes to the key of D to make D7, to the key of A to make A7 or to Bb to make Bb7 - and so it goes. (By the way, the answers are: D7 = D, F#, A, C; A7 = A, C#, E, G; Bb7 = Bb, D, F, Ab.)
    You'll find a short appendix explaining very briefly how this arithmetic works. I have tried keep it simple and practical! Swots who are into composing might like to know that there is also a body of knowledge about how chords follow on from each other - but people go to college full time to learn that stuff!



    criminallawyer
     

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