#1
I have a guitar chord poster on my wall that shows the C and G chords use the fourth finger; whereas some places I've seen on the internet state they don't use the fourth finger. Is that just an error, or a minor sound change?
#2
It's up to you what fingers you use. There will be no change in sound.
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#4
No. It's personal preference. Try them out and see which works best for you.
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#5
Quote by AlanHB
No. It's personal preference. Try them out and see which works best for you.


I've never tried playing them with the fourth, so I'll give it a go afterwards.
#6
personally I play my C with 3 fingers and my G with 4 fingers, i feel the G with 4 fingers sounds better to me with the chords I would play with, what it really boils down to is personal preference and comfort. The way I do it is the way I always learned.
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#7
Using 3, 2, and 4 allows you to keep the index ready to play the sus4 (1st fret B string).

Using 2, 1, and 3 is the easiest to learn for most people that I have taught.

Using 2, 1 , 3, and 4 will change the sound of the chord, but make it easier to switch from G to D and back because they share the same fret for your 3rd finger which allows you to keep it down while switching.