Learn how to play A Major Barre Chord properly on the Guitar in this easy step-by-step lesson.
A Major Barre Chord Chart Guitar
How To Play A Major Barre On Guitar
A Major Barre Chord is a 6 String Chord. To Play A Major Barre Chord:
- With Your First Finger, Bar Across On 5th Fret.
- Place Your Middle Finger on Sixth Fret, Third String.
- Place Your Ring Finger on Seventh Fret, Fifth String.
- Place Your Pinky Finger on Seventh Fret, Fourth String.
How To Play A Major Barre Chord Properly
The most common issue while playing an A Major Barre chord is fret buzz. To remove fret buzz, make sure you are pressing the frets with adequate pressure and your fingers are fretted properly. Make sure your fingers do not touch open strings. To Learn How To Play Barre Chords, Watch This Lesson.
Notes In an A Major Barre Chord
Notes played in an A Major Barre Chord are A, E and C#
Root Note A is played on strings 6th, 4th and 1st.
C# note is played on the 3rd string and is the Major Third Interval of the A Major scale.
E note is played on the 5th and 2nd strings of the guitar and is a Perfect Fifth Interval of the A Major Scale.
A Major Barre Chord Formula
A Major Barre chord formula is I-III-V.
To play an A Major Barre chord, the Root, Major Third Interval and Perfect Fifth Interval of an A Major Scale are Played Together.
To learn about Intervals and Music Theory, check out this lesson.
A Major Barr Chord Variations/Different Shapes
A Major Barre Chord On Stave