Don't understand some chord diagrams

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    Henry

    Hi Frank,

    Thanks for getting in touch. Fred has provided some helpful information there!

    You can also check our chord diagrams page here: https://chordify.net/chord-diagrams/guitar - this explains how to read the diagrams and what the symbols mean too.

    Please reach out to support@chordify.net if we can help with anything else!

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  • FRED

    Hi Franck
    When a chord diagram includes a black bar covering an entire fret, it is a bar. The number indicates the fret (the neck fret) where you must cross all the strings with your index finger. The other circles indicate the finger to use (1=index, 2=middle, 3=ring, 4=little fingers). To make a bar correctly, the thumb behind the handle must be in the middle of it, to be able to press well. Good luck !

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