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Asked by Kristoff on 2001-01-30
OK on A major you can hold down the three strings with one finger, sould i do this or not?
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Answer posted by David Kelley on 2001-02-11
well, i have aquired the knowledge of hearing that whatever works, works. So if that helps you at all then so be it. Also i have heard that playing A in this manor allows you to shift to other chords easier.

Answer posted by wak on 2001-04-02
if that feels better for you then do it, whatever feels good for you do it..

Answer posted by JamZ on 2001-05-25
Usually when I play A I use my ring finger to hold all the strings down. It makes it easier to switch to other bar chords (like Fm and B) that you use in the same key.

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-08-03
no, play it the normal way. using just one finger to cover 3 strings can cause you to accidently mute strings that should otherwise be open.

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