#1
Which finger(s) should i, or is recommended to lay 1st to form the barre chord?
#3
i like to put my middle finger first as a reference if that's what you were asking...


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#4
i use my index thats how most people do it i think

edit - i don't think i know what you mean never mind
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#5
If you're just practicing the chord, it doesn't matter. If you're actually playing it in a song then all your fingers need to go down the same time.
#6
Bar with your index. You can tell what chords you are making by laying down the bar first because all you need to do is know what notes are on the thickest string because that is the root note.
#7
Look at your hand for the reference until you are very comfortable with it. NEVER lay down any finger when forming a chord sooner than any other finger.
#8
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NEVER lay down any finger when forming a chord sooner than any other finger.
While technically true, most of us (ie everyone) find ourselves breaking this rule and doing just fine.
#10
Quote by isaac_bandits
NEVER lay down any finger when forming a chord sooner than any other finger.



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i slide around alot with barre chords.. and sometimes sliding one string is a good thing.
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