Learn How To Play a Minor Bar Chord.
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What is a Minor Bar Chord?
Minor bar chord is a chord that a guitarist uses the fretting hand fingers to press on two or more strings across a single fret. Making a “bar” to go across the strings. Players can move minor bar chords up the neck to create a new chord.
In music a minor chord is a chord having a root, meaning the 1 chord. A minor 3rd, and a perfect 5th. Example: a C chord consists of the notes C, E, G. Which is a Major Chord. Cm chord has the notes C Eb G.
Now that you have learn how to make a minor chord check the lesson on Major Bar Chords.