#1
e|----2-2-2----------3-0-----------------2-2-2-------------------------|
B|----3-3-3--2-2-2-------3-0-------------3-3-3--2-2-2------------------|
G|----2-2-2--2-2-2-----------2b4r2p0-----2-2-2--2-2-2------------------|
D|-2--0-0-0--2-2-2--------------------2--0-0-0--2-2-2------------------|
A|-2---------0-0-0--------------------2---------0-0-0------------------|
E|-0----------------------------------0----------------7-4-7-5-7-6-7-7-|


the part im confused on is the part were all the numbers are going down like straight in a row how do i play those parts?
#2
e|----2-2-2----------3-0-----------------2-2-2-------------------------|
B|----3-3-3--2-2-2-------3-0-------------3-3-3--2-2-2------------------|
G|----2-2-2--2-2-2-----------2b4r2p0-----2-2-2--2-2-2------------------|
D|-2--0-0-0--2-2-2--------------------2--0-0-0--2-2-2------------------|
A|-2---------0-0-0--------------------2---------0-0-0------------------|
E|-0----------------------------------0----------------7-4-7-5-7-6-7-7-|


You strum them. Play each note with a consecutive downstroke/upstroke of the pick so all the notes ring together.
#3
they are called guitar chords, look for a beginer tutorial to teach you about fingering
#4


Back in Black. I actually recognized it. when they're all in a verical line you strum them at once, it's called a chord.
#5
Back in black......... chords go e, d, a, e,d,a put your fingers on the frets and strum then as Johnljones7443 said.
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Kurt Cobain
#6
ahh back in black really good beginner song
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