In this lesson , I am gonna show you how to play the F minor chord is the bar cord here on the first threat , which looks and sounds like this .
So what we're gonna do is uh for this court , this court uses the same shape as a , the cord here , the E minor and we're basically just gonna move it up a move it up a step here .
So on this cord , take your first finger and you're gonna bar across the first threat , then you're gonna take your third finger and it's gonna go on the third front here of the fist string and your fourth finger is gonna go on the third of the fourth string and then the 1st , 2nd and 3rd strain , you're going to be using the , your first finger which you have brought across the entire first fret .
So it's going to sound like this and you can , you can even use your middle finger a little bit to push , push down on the , on top of your first finger .
If it helps you a little bit , it is a tough cord to play when you first get started .
So just a quick recap .
We've got our first finger barred across the entire first fr we have our 3rd and 4th finger on the third front of the 4th and 5th string here and then the bottom three strings are covered by our , our first finger here , which is bar across them all .
So your f minor cord looks and sounds like this and that's how you play the F minor .