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LEARN 5 Ways To Play An F Guitar Chord With Variations


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One of the trickiest guitar chords to learn when you are just starting to learn guitar has to be the F chord.  It does take a bit of practice, but don’t worry, it’s not too hard once you get the hang of it.

New guitar players might not be familiar yet with how the below guitar chord charts work.  Luckily, I actually already explained chord charts in this beginner guitar chords post I did awhile back.  Take a look!

Main Way To Play An F Chord

In order to play an F chord, you need to bring together three notes – F, A and C.  In order to do this on a guitar, you do this:

F Chord Variations

Once you get this mastered, I think it would also be good to learn some variations of the F chord too!  Take a look at these: