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    For all you beginners, I want to help tech you B, Bb, and Bm. To play the B chord you use you index finger to cover the second feet of the third and fourth string. Now take your middle finger and place it on the second string third fret. Put you ring finger on the first string fourth fret. Your pinky should be free. If you don’t feel comfortable then it’s either you are not familiar with it or you hate how your index finger is placed. If your not familiar, just practice until it gets comfortable. If you hate your index finger, you don’t even have to play the fourth string. Just play the third string and mute the fourth string.

    To play the Bb chord, play the B chord but up 1 fret.

    To play the Bm chord, play the B chord. Move your index finger so it covers the second, third, and fourth string. Your middle finger might not like it and removes itself. That’s what it’s supposed to do.

    (Bonus) To play the Bbm chord, play the Bm chord but 1 fret up. Just like Bb


    this helps! Could someone post a picture of each chord? Thanks! 🙂

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