123tigerlily321 (el 01/01/12 a las 6:23 pm)
it means you don't play the bottom E string, you play an open A string, on the d and g string you have your finger on the second fret, on the b strong you have your finger on the first fret, and the high e string is open. :)
ThePianohead (el 31/12/11 a las 12:31 am)
I am not sure if anyone ever replied to this, but this code tells you what fret to place your finger on in the chord. The order goes from the 6th string to the 1st string. Xs stand for the string not being played at all. 0s mean that there is no finger on that chord.Hope that helps.
RegalFightClub (el 29/12/11 a las 9:24 am)
its Am A minor its the chord look up basic chords on google the x means dont strum that string the 0 means strum the string all with your right hand and the 221 is your finger possition on the D G E strings .
emoaralso (el 26/12/11 a las 7:08 am)
Thank you Megan.. this is very helpful xx
nationalistsgroup (el 25/12/11 a las 1:45 pm)
it is really good !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
alexpopu (el 25/12/11 a las 12:29 pm)
There the stings strings...X=first string not playing (Low E string)0=Open String (A string)2=finger on second fret (D string)2=finger on second fret (G string)1-finger on first fret (High E string)0=open string
Nickuncle (el 25/12/11 a las 11:58 am)
I'm as complete a beginner as they get. Just got a guitar not 10 minutes ago. Never before played one. How do you align your fingers so that the string doesn't stop vibrating? Like when I pluck the B string it just stop vibrating. I dunno if that made sense.
Sam Griffs (el 22/12/11 a las 3:25 pm)
it's what fret you're playing on each string. so the X means you don't play the first string then you play no fret on the second string (the 0) then you put your fingers on the second fret for the third and fourth string and you're playing the first fret on the fifth string and nothing on the sixth.
shamserthapa (el 22/12/11 a las 3:44 am)
malmapunkrock (el 21/12/11 a las 2:47 pm)
the X02210 is the position of your left hand fingers on the frettes.. x means you don't play that chord, 0 means you play that chord but without pressing any frettes then the numbers is the frette you have to put your fingers on. say 2 means you put your finger on the second frette starting from the far left. i'm still a begginer too just thought i'd try to explain it in my words maybe it helps.