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The D Shape

The D Shape

This D chord is one of the easiest of all chords to play.




 
 

Now let’s try sliding it up the neck. You can get a lot of mileage out of this chord by simply sliding up and playing only the top three strings. Here’s a D shaped G chord.




 
 

Or you can add a bass note to the chord on the fourth string

The name of this chord comes from the second string, or the fourth string if you play the bass note.




 
 

written by Adam St. James for Guitar.com

The D Shape

This D chord is one of the easiest of all chords to play.




 
 

Now let’s try sliding it up the neck. You can get a lot of mileage out of this chord by simply sliding up and playing only the top three strings. Here’s a D shaped G chord.




 
 

Or you can add a bass note to the chord on the fourth string

The name of this chord comes from the second string, or the fourth string if you play the bass note.




 
 

written by Adam St. James for Guitar.com