Basic Guitar Chords

Basic Guitar Chords

Basic Guitar - The C Chord

Basic Guitar - The C Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Chord

Basic Guitar - The F Chord

Basic Guitar - The F Chord

Basic Guitar - The G Chord

Basic Guitar - The G Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The B Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The B Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The C 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The C 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The D 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The D 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The E 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The E 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The G 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The G 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The A 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The A 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The B 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The B 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor 7th Chord

How to Restring an Electric Guitar

How to Restring an Electric Guitar

How to Restring an Acoustic Guitar

How to Restring an Acoustic Guitar

How to Restring a Guitar

How to Restring a Guitar

Recording the Vocals in Your Home Recording Studio

Recording the Vocals in Your Home Recording Studio

Drum Loops and Basic Recording in Your Home Studio

Drum Loops and Basic Recording in Your Home Studio

Setting Up the Software for Your Home Recording Studio

Setting Up the Software for Your Home Recording Studio

Connecting the Components to the Computer for Your Home Recording Studio

Connecting the Components to the Computer for Your Home Recording Studio

Choosing the Right Software for Your Home Recording Studio

Choosing the Right Software for Your Home Recording Studio

Finding a Control Surface for Your Home Recording Studio

Finding a Control Surface for Your Home Recording Studio

Choosing the Microphone for Your Home Recording Studio

Choosing the Microphone for Your Home Recording Studio

Home Recording Studio Monitors and Headphones

Home Recording Studio Monitors and Headphones

Home Recording Studio Sound Interfaces

Home Recording Studio Sound Interfaces

Knowing the System Requirements for a Home Recording Studio

Knowing the System Requirements for a Home Recording Studio

How to Create A Home Recording Studio

How to Create A Home Recording Studio

Basic Guitar - The E Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor 7th Chord

Basic Guitar - The B 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The B 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The A 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The A 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The G 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The G 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The E 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The E 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The D 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The D 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The C 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The C 7 Chord

Basic Guitar - The B Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The B Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Minor Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Chord

Basic Guitar - The A Chord

Basic Guitar - The G Chord

Basic Guitar - The G Chord

Basic Guitar - The F Chord

Basic Guitar - The F Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Chord

Basic Guitar - The E Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Chord

Basic Guitar - The D Chord

Basic Guitar - The C Chord

Basic Guitar - The C Chord

Basic Guitar Chords

Basic Guitar Chords

Guitar - Finger Picking Pattern in the 12 Bar Blues in the Key of A

Guitar - Finger Picking Pattern in the 12 Bar Blues in the Key of A

Guitar - Finger Picking Patterns for Blues

Guitar - Finger Picking Patterns for Blues

Guitar - A Simple Blues Turn Around in the Key of A

Guitar - A Simple Blues Turn Around in the Key of A

Guitar - The 12 Bar Blues in the Key of A

Guitar - The 12 Bar Blues in the Key of A

Guitar - Strum Patterns for a Blues Song

Guitar - Strum Patterns for a Blues Song

Play a Blues Song on a Guitar - Changing Chords

Play a Blues Song on a Guitar - Changing Chords

Tune an Acoustic Guitar Without a Tuner

Tune an Acoustic Guitar Without a Tuner

Tune an Acoustic Guitar with an Electric Tuner

Tune an Acoustic Guitar with an Electric Tuner

Play Guitar- Electric Tuner

Play Guitar- Electric Tuner

Guitar String Names and Numbers

Guitar String Names and Numbers

Electric Guitar

Electric Guitar

Acoustic Guitar

Acoustic Guitar

Beatbox Tutorial

Beatbox Tutorial

Musical Benefits for Children

Musical Benefits for Children

Musical Benefits for Your Toddler

Musical Benefits for Your Toddler

Musical Benefits for Your Children and Their Education

Musical Benefits for Your Children and Their Education

Musical Benefits for Your Teen

Musical Benefits for Your Teen

Musical Benefits for Standardized Test Scores

Musical Benefits for Standardized Test Scores

How to Play Songs on the Recorder

How to Play Songs on the Recorder

Recorder Songs - Reading Music

Recorder Songs - Reading Music

Recorder Songs - D Major Scale and Triad

Recorder Songs - D Major Scale and Triad

Recorder Songs - Learn Tue Tue

Recorder Songs - Learn Tue Tue

Recorder Songs - Learn Joe Magarac

Recorder Songs - Learn Joe Magarac

How to Play the Recorder

How to Play the Recorder

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Franklin Taggart

http://franklintaggart.com  

Franklin Taggart is a guitarist, singer/songwriter, recording engineer and record producer based in Silver Spring, MD. He's played guitar since 1975 and has been involved in some aspect of performing, recording and composing ever since then. He also is a well known guitar teacher in the Washington, DC area. He has been nominated for many WAMMIE awards from the Washington Area Music Association, winning the Traditional Folk Instrumentalist category in 2001. His first CD Falling All the Way has received excellent reviews from a variety of sources and was also nominated for seven WAMMIE's.

Basic Guitar - The F Chord

Expert musician Franklin Taggart demonstrates how to play a F chord on the guitar.

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Hi, I am Franklin Taggart. I am a guitar player and a guitar teacher and I would like to show you how to play an F chord on the guitar. The first finger on the F chord plays two strings, its simultaneously. It plays both the first and the second string on the first fret. So, you flatten your finger out across both the strings. Your middle finger plays the second fret of the third string and your ring finger plays the third fret of the fourth string. You strum the bottom four strings and youve made an F chord. Thats how you make an F chord.