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This image shows how to play the F minor chord. As you can see, there is an F minor chord chart, tablature, and a picture that shows the F minor chord in action. Use this image as a tool to master this chord.
This voicing of Fm features a full barre or "grand barre" across all six strings. This barre chord shape is based on the "open" Em chord.
This is a barre chord played in eighth position. It utilizes the basic "open" Am chord shape.
This voicing of F minor is based on the shape of the "open" D minor chord.
This version of the F minor chord is based on the full, 6 string version. The 6th string is simply not fretted or played.
This is an abbreviated version of the full F minor barre chord. This version is easier to play.
This is an abbreviated version of the full F minor barre chord.
This voicing for Fm is played on the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st strings.
This voicing for Fm is based on the visual shape of the "open" Cm chord.
This voicing for Fm is based on the visual shape of the "open" Gm chord.
This is an Fm chord played in second inversion.
This three string Fm triad is played in second inversion.
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The Fm guitar chord can also be played in other tunings:
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