#1
|------0-------0-|------0------0-|------0-------0-|------0------0-|
|----------------|---------------|----------------|---------------|
|----2-----2-----|----2----2-----|----2---2-2-----|----2------2---|
|--------2-------|---------------|-0--------------|---------------|
|-0----------0---|-----------0---|------------0---|---------------|
|----------------|-4-------------|----------------|-2------0------|
Specifically, the note at the 4th fret on the low E string is giving me trouble. I've been using my index and middle finger on the D and G strings (A5 chord), but then I don't know what would be effective/easy for the next few parts. How would you play this? Keep in mind it's played fairly quickly.
#2
I would keep the little finger on the high e string and use your thumb on the bass notes, then use your index and middle fingers on the D & G strings respectively.

Edit;
If you meant the chord positioning then i think i would use my little finger for the 4th fret notes, my index & middle finger for the A5 chords, then lift your index to the deeper 2nd fret note.
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Last edited by Benny_W at Jul 15, 2010,
#3
First bar is Am pattern. Second bar use ring finger on the 4th fret of the low E and index on 2nd fret of G. Third bar is just index on 2nd fret of G. Fourth bar is index on 2nd fret of low E and middle finger on 2nd fret of G.
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