To use the guitar chart, select a chord from the list, then click on the Set button. The fingering for that chord is displayed. , to display the chord fingering. The fret board is shown as you see it in music books, as if you are looking at the guitar with the neck pointing up. The 6 or low-E string (the heavy bass string that's on the top when you play the guitar) is on the far left of the chart. The chart shows the first six frets of the fret board.
A dot above the heavy line (the 'nut') denotes an open string.
A flashing dot denotes a string that is not played (skipped or muted).
All chords have alternative fingering. The ones pictured are most often used, but may not be the best for a given song, considering what chords come before or after. Experiment!
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