people want to be able to play the guitar but many obstacles make them
discourage him, maybe one of them is because there is no one
can train. To become a truly proficient guitar player,
it takes 5 to 10 years.
But for someone who has never
holding or playing guitar, only one day is used for you to know,
practice and play some easy chords. The first step is to recognize
guitar musical instrument first.
As in the picture below:

  for each finger as a guide place your finger later on the fretboard

Chords or chords are the most concise and easy to use guitar player
C major chords and A minor. C major chords will usually
written "C" only when if it sounds a minor
then it will say "C m". C major chord or C always
played in happy fashion songs. Minor chords like A minor and E minor
always written "A m" and "E m" only
it is always used for sad fashion songs. Beza is "minor"
or "major" is "minor" that has a mood
the sad one. "Major" also if it sounds it will sound
happy rhythm. Major is scale / main rhythm scale that comes from
the culture of European life.
progression is the movement and exchange of chords from the first to the chord
so on, if you already know pressing the guitar string with your finger for
chords C and Am, try playing the two chords alternately, two
strum times or twice pick the entire guitar string for one chord. Strum
is the act of touching the whole string or guitar string by hand
to ring all the guitar strings using a pick or finger
right now
Chord progression for concise C chords below
This comes from classical music like Canon by Pachelbel
and Air on G String written by J.S.Bach. C – Em – Am – G – F – Em – Dm – G or regular prog like under C – G – Am – G Under the chord progression for chords or A minor chords. Am – F – C – G or ordinary prog like below Am – Dm – G – C – F – Dm – Em – AmChord prog which is also commonly found in local pop songs. He also
derived from the chord progress of classical European music as in the composition of songs
Mozart composer, Beethoven and Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov. Cuba play and
practice chord progression above two strums for one chord. After you
proficient at exchanging chords in the above, you can practice the strum technique
others too. Hopefully the quick guide above can teach a little
and allows you to play guitar for several days to a week.

Guitar Learning Part 2
You cannot be a pro mega guitar player
super shredder in 1 day. Because there are no people who can study and
continue to be good at playing like the pro stage in just one or two days. For
being a person who is really good at playing guitar, you have to
learn from principle. A guitar player needs about 5 to 10 years to
becoming a professional guitar player who is truly proficient. Case
the most important thing you have to learn first is the guitar chord. Starting from
the first part above you have been taught to play guitar chords as basic as
C, G and F major. Development of chords or chords of progression
starting with the main key of the C chord can also be started in another chord. Warning: Chords are always written in letters
large E F G A B C or D. Minor chords are also written as Em Fm Gm Am Bm Cm or Dm. Lesson 1. Arrangement of Chords bar or barre
chord In music, chord bar or barre chord (too
known as bar chords or rarely Barre chords) is a kind of guitar chord, on
where one or more fingers is used to suppress all guitar string strings
from the first string to the sixth string (like the bar pressing the rope), allow
players play chords without any restrictions on the guitar string no
pressed down. Barre chords are often referred to as moving chords
the whole hand can be easily moved from the tip of the guitar neck (close
guitar head) to the neck of the guitar near the guitar body. Usually
used in the most popular and classic music, they are often used in
combined with open chords or standard guitar chords. Even though it's a bit cramped
quality tone. Barre chords or bar chords are the same as using
capo on fret guitar. From the first fret you can move your hand to fret
the highest is adjacent to the body of the guitar without swapping even one finger. Lesson 2. Let's play bar minor chords.
The non-thrust rounded black dot in graph means to be pressed
using the bottom of your number 1 finger is the same as the example in the picture
the color of the bar bar above. Cuba, you make the arrangement of the chord bar like this
on the 5th fret. This chord is a bar A major chord. Now move your hand or the whole hand to the right fret
(fret to 6) without exchanging any fingers. Now this major chord changes tone
being sharp or pitch higher than during the previous fret. Name for
the chord is A # or A sharp major. Play the A chord again then move it to the left fret (4th fret).
The newly moved chord is the Aflat chord. You can play flat chords
or sharp for all types of chords bar or regular cord. Remember, if any chords are out of place of origin they are
in sharp or flat key / key. If you don't press the number 2 finger, the harmony chord will sound like a chord
A m – Now you can play
Am chords are the same as Gm chords in the picture above. But make sure he is
in fret number 5 B flat minor – Finger number 1 you are on the 5th string on fret 2.
Finger number 2 string to 2 fret no 3. Finger to 4 string number to 3 fret no 4. Finger to
three on a rope 4 frets to 4. C m – You can play C minor chords just like a flat minor B bar chord
on fret no 3. Practice pressing these chords & remind yourself in your mind's memory.
Lesson 3. Let's start the lesson by practicing exchange
chord progression under A. – F # m – D – E Lesson 4. Chord progression of G key chord G – Em – C – D Lesson 5. D major key chord -D – Bm – G – A Lesson 6. F flat or C # key chord -F flat (C #) – Cm – G – DPelajaran 7. now try to play an exchange starting from the major chord. A – E – Fflat – E – D – Cflat – Bm – E 2. G – D – Em – D – C – Bm – Am – D3. F – C – Dm – C – Bflat – Am – Gm – C4. D – A – Bm – A – G – Fflat m – Em – A

Following are some of the cords in guitar notes: