Practice English Speaking&Listening with: HEY JUDE - GUITAR TUTORIAL with CHORDS & LYRICS (PLAY ALONG ) - THE BEATLES

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Let's learn or review the chords.

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For this song, you start with F.

For F major, your index finger across all six strings at 1st fret,

middle finger on the 3rd string at 2nd fret,

ring finger on the 5th string at 3rdfret,

pinky on the 4th string at 3rd fret.

It's followed by C.

Keep your ring finger,

position your middle finger to the 4th string

your index finger presses the 2nd string,

the pinky has to let go.

But for this chord, the 6th string is not to be played.

So you strum from 5th string.

It's followed by C7.

All you have to do is just

add your pinky on the 3rd string at 3rd fret

Next chord s Bb.

Your index finger acrossall six strings at 1st fret,

middle finger goes to the 4th string at 3rd fret,

ring finger on the 3rd string at 3rd fret

and pinky on the 2ndstring at 3rd fret.

But for this chord, the 6th string is not to be played.

So you strum from 5th string down.

There is a transition from F to F7.

And F7 isjust without the pinky.

So all you have to do is take out the pinky.

And that's F7.

Sofrom F to F7, just take out the pinky.

There's another way to playF7.

And that is with the pinky on the 2nd string at 4th fret.

This is also F7.

But it's harder to play.

This one is easier.

Next chord is F6.

So

it's like an F.

But instead of the pinky on the4th string,

the pinky is on the 2nd string.

And the next chord is Gm7.

Your indexfinger across all six strings at 3rd fret,

your ring finger on the 5th string at 5th fret

And the last chord or the eighth chord is Eb.

For this chord, you can play it with this shape.

Your index finger across all six strings at 6th fret,

middle finger on the 4th stringat 8th fret,

ring finger on the 3rd string

at 8th fret,

pinky on the2nd string at 8th fret.

And the 6th string is not to be played.

So you strum from 5th string.

Alternatively, you can also play it with this shape

your index finger across all six strings at 3rd fret,

your middlefinger on the 2nd string at 4th fret,

ring finger on the 4th string at 5th fret

and the pinky on the 5th string at 6th fret.

But the 6th string is notto be played, so from here.

If you notice, this formation lookslike C.

But your C is right here.

So it's just like a

C thathas been moved

to 4th fret.

This shape

to 4th fret.

I mean withthe index finger at the 3rd fret.

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