#1
like this?

X01120

just wondering.
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#3
You probably should be fingering it like this - X02220

And you can either use your first finger only or use your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd together.
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#4
well how am I supposed to bar it without touching the other strings!?
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#5
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well how am I supposed to bar it without touching the other strings!?


If you want more of a power chord feel, then bar it. Otherwise use fingers 1,2, and 3...you'll get more of a flowing open feel this way.
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#6
i finger it like X01120
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#9
You can bar x022xx and use the first 3 fingers for x022200
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#10
when I say
X01120

I mean D and G strings with first finger, B with second.
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#11
i use one finger per string, i would fathom most guitarists do use 1 finger per string on this chord.

i do this
e---
B---3 -- ring finger
G---2 -- middle finger
D---1 --pointer finger
A---0
E---

this leaves my pinky open to highlight melodic/ harmonic changes on any of the strings if i desire so
#12
yeah but its cramped and you have to press harder cause some fingers are farther from the fret.
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#13
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like this?

X01120

just wondering.

Er, no, never. That is some A minor chord (can't think which one though).

True A is x02220
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#14
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when I say
X01120

I mean D and G strings with first finger, B with second.


read my post!^!
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#15
What chord is that? A6?

lol

I've never heard of fingering A major like that. I finger it like x02220
#16
That seems like a terrible hassle to finger it like that.
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#17
God thats a ridiculous chord. Hahah. Adim #4? Ugh I dont even know.
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#18
I think he's saying he's playing the x02220 but he has his first finger barred on the x02220 and his second finger on x02220

EDIT: Which is a really weird way to finger it?
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#19
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like this?

X01120

just wondering.


Well that isn't anything, but this is Amaj7-5: X0112X. At least that's what this thing says.
#21
How is it A minor? The triad for A minor is A C E. The notes in that chord are A D# G# C# and E.
Wouldn't it be closer to A major?
#22
Why don't you guys read one of his later posts or use your brains. He is talking about finger an A chord. That wasn't of the A chord he posted. The numbers aren't the frets they are the fingers he uses meaning he barres the D and G strings with his first finger and uses his 2 finger for the B string.

Honestly to me it seems like a hassle to do it like that but whatever is comfortable. I finger either like this:X01230 or X02340. I usually use the latter though. I think it would be good to learn some other fingerings for that chord because it some situations your finger position will make it either to change to the next chord or whatever you have to play.
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#23
Yeah, if he meant that is a chord it would be C#madd9/A or something like that. I get what he means and even so that's sort of an awkward fingering. I barre when I have distortion on and when its clean I use x02220
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