Tuesday, 23 July 2013

F# Guitar Chord | Beginners Guitar Chords

Today's Guitar Chord of the Day is F# major. This guitar chord is played using a half-barre, where the first finger frets the top two strings.

As ever, try to keep your fingers just behind the fret and play each string individually to make sure each note is sounding clearly.

This can be played by moving an F major chord up 1 fret, in fact you can play any major chord by moving this chord around the fretboard:
  • 1st fret: F major
  • 2nd fret: F#/Gb major
  • 3rd fret: G major
  • 4th fret: G#/Ab major
  • 5th fret: A major
  • 6th fret: A#/Bb major
  • 7th fret: B major
  • 8th fret: C major
  • 9th fret: C#/Db major
  • 10th fret: D major
  • 11th fret: D#/Eb major
  • 12th fret: E major