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D MAJOR GUITAR CHORD WITH FINGERING

 
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Learn to Play D MAJOR Guitar Chord

Follow these instructions to learn how to play chord with fingering:

Starting from the low E string (the thickest string) you should place your fingers like this (this is called fingering):

- E string: Don't play this string
- A string: Press 5th fret with your finger
- D string: Press 7th fret with your finger
- G string: Press 7th fret with your finger
- B string: Press 7th fret with your finger
- E string: Press 5th fret with your finger

Now strum the strings one by one and make sure that every tone rings clearly.

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Hand posture:

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