4 Fingerings for the Open A Chord

If you’re busy learning your open chords, it’s likely that you’ve harbored ill feelings toward the A chord at some point. The conventional fingering is tricky because you need to cram three fingers into the space of one fret on adjacent strings. If that’s preventing you from getting a nice, clear A chord every time you play it, check out the alternate fingerings in this video.

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  • P.Morrigan

    What strings do you recomend?

  • Lou

    Are the options basically the same for 5th string root barre chords, or would you not use, or recommend, any of these for that?