How To Play Open Chords – Guitar for Beginners – Easy Lesson

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20 comments

  1. I wish you would jest say what's up. You are really good. But after following you for a long time. It seem that you no longer have time for the people that helped you get started. Danny C.

  2. Okay, so barre and open. If you have a capo, you can slide those chord forms down the neck. Got it.

    Vivian had a snow day today, no school, so she did a lot of home study. Part of that is her every day guitar practice and we hit it hard today. Spent a couple hours playing guitar together, but she’s ADHD so every few minutes she had to be reminded that we had goals for our practice, not just going off on tangents.

    Practice for me followed hers. I messed around with a few songs from a couple of books on top of that but stomach pain finally made me set the guitar down. Probably just something I ate and I’ll be fine in the morning.

    Still no computer because of that Windows 10 update that’s messing up AMD systems. It fried my laptop. Hopefully I don’t lose all my data, there’s at least a year’s worth of stuff I haven’t backed up yet.

  3. Learning Guitar with this in 2018 =D

  4. Great video for someone like myself! Would love to have a video focused solely on best methods of changing chords since that is the bane of my existence! 😉

  5. This is really encouraging for someone like me, I picked up the guitar without any training, just to cope with the pressure of medical school and now I can play full fledged covers thanks to your videos and many like them. Sending tons of love from India….❤️ Thank you so much

  6. After 8 years this video still applies to all beginning guitar students. Great job Erich. Keep it up.

  7. did you just wake up?

  8. Hey gang, check out my free online course at: http://www.yourguitarsage.com/free-ugs-membership

  9. The Quintessential

    The first 3 chords at 2:002:05 sound like you were almost playing Nothing Else Matters

  10. can u post a vid of how to play the cords

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  12. what do you do with your thumb, say if you play a d chord and u need to mute the low e and a strings, do u use ur thumb?

  13. I have over 300 vids online. Please, check the website for free tips & techniques: Unstoppable Guitar System. Let me know what you think.
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  14. do you have a video on learning basic chords

  15. Yeah. In this video he looks like Keanu Reeves. While he seems Ben Affleck in the other videos.

  16. Just so I understand, in regard to E book 1 and playing open chords, the root..you play as well as the notes that you fingers are on correct?

  17. your channel is great!!! Ive been playing for about 15 years and I still learn cool stuff from your videos… keep up the good work

  18. @nickymario When a note is in brackets, as far as I know, it means it's optional. You can play it if you want or not.

  19. Thanks a lot, very helpful vid! 🙂

  20. A capo is used to play a song in a different tuning other than standard tuning, without having to tune your guitar. So, it doesn't really help with your playing, just allows you to play a song like 'Wonderwall' by putting the capo on the 4th fret.

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