#1
if so what is the finger positions and if not which is most beneficial to learn first.
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#2
Yes it's good.
X24432 is the chord as you probably know, use this order of fingers: index, ring, pinky, middle
#3
My mate Dave learnt Bm as his first barre chord. The pressure got too much and now he's an alcoholic. Be careful.
#5
You should start with F Major or F minor, i think is more used than B in the popular song.

Come to think at it.

You can start with any chord you want because on the long run you need to learn as many as you can
#6
Don't start with F anything, fretting is a bitch at the first fret

Best barre chord to start with is arguably an E-shape B major with the root on the low E string, frets aren't too close together and you don't need too much pressure to get the notes fretted cleanly.
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