Easiest way to play an E chord.?
tuned in standard G,D,A,E. WHAT'S THE EASIEST WAY TO PLAY AN E CHORD? IS THERE AN OPEN TUNING THAT IS EASIER TO CHORD NOTES. JUST BEGINNING SO ANY HELP APPRECIATED.Can someone give me a way to play a easy B chord and E chord on the Mandolin
it shouldn't require too many fingers. Like 3 at mostSome questions about the mandolin ?
I recentlybecame interested in the mandolin and had some questions about it. Is it easy to learn, as in like, how long does it take to be able to play most chords on it? What's the best type to get? Does it use the same chords as a guitar? If you could answer any/all of my questions, that'd be great. Also, if you could give tips on beginning to play it, that'd be nice too.Mandolin Help?
Okay, first off I play a lot of instruments but I have always wanted to play a stringed instrument. I have a guitar and I know a couple of chords. The only problem I have is my fingers are short. (lol go ahead and laugh). I have always been interested in the mandolin. I know it always depends on the person, but do you think it would be easier for me? Also can you help me with a good beginner one? I know the cheap ones are really no good and not to buy them off the internet and stuff. Target has a really cheap one (like I said it's probably junk) but what do you think of it? I also know that it has to be "set up" where could I get that done? One more thing, I was looking at possibly an Epiphone MM-50 f-style. Is that too much to spend on a beginner one? lol I just liked the style that's all and I'm interested in blugrass. Thanks in advance!Can you play a Mandolin with Guitar chords?
I know you can play a ukelele with guitar chords, meaning chords such as A, G, D, E, Am, and so on, but can you do the same on a Mandolin? Is it sort of like going from a 6 string to a 12 with guitars? But 4 to 8 in this case.