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Chord Formula Of A Chord On Guitar
Of course, first is the A chord formula on the guitar. Here is the simplest chord chart for beginners.
How To Play A Major Chord Step By Step
As promised, I will guide you step by step as follows:
Step 1: Put your number 1 finger on 4th strings in the 2rd compartment.
Step 4: Use your right hand to hit 6 strings from top to bottom in turn to check if the sound is distorted and compare with the standard sound below. If you still get it wrong, please refer to the note below.
So you already know how to play A major chord in the steps above. So how long and how to practice to master A chord on guitar as quickly as possible? The most basic rule is to persevere in the following steps:
Put your hands according to the formula of the chord, then hit the strings from the top down when the sound of the 6 strings is right with your sample sound.
Then release all the fingers and repeat the chord again. Try playing chords without looking at the neck.
You should repeat 150 times in a day, 50 times in the morning, 50 times in the afternoon and 50 times in the evening.
If you follow the above steps correctly and persistently, I guarantee you will be able play A major chord fluently and it will become your habit.
You can refer to the video below to support this chord set
Hand Pain When You First Practice How To Play A Major Chord For Beginners
If you are a beginner, you will have a problem with hand pain when practice how to play A major chord. I advise you to persevere one day at a time, it hurts so much you can take 15 seconds or 30 seconds to rest and continue practicing. I would like to emphasize that if you are persistent you will do it.
Theory Of The A Major Chord
The A major chord is one of the basic chords in the guitar. It is composed of notes A, C#, and E, which means that the frets on the neck when you click on them are all named A, C#, and E.
You can rest assured, if you are an accompanist to sing for fun, you don’t need to go too deeply into the theory. All my articles will be as simple as possible so that you can practice how to play A major chord easily.
Can people whose hands are too big or too small to play chords? You can rest assured that guitar manufacturers have designed the gap between the guitars to be wide enough to fit your hand size. So whether your fingers are too small or too big, you can practice.
So I have shared with you all how to play A major chord on the guitar, I wish you all to practice how to play A chord as soon as possible, the key to success is perseverance. Please visit my Youtube channel to watch more guitar tutorial videos.