Hi there guitar players!
What we're going to do is a little thing called the finger exercise, just so that we
can get our fingers moving on our left hand. What you've got to remember with the left
hand is that the placement of the thumb is pretty important. We don't want the thumb
sitting out towards the end of the neck like that. We want it sitting up behind the
neck, so when the guitar is nice and straight, it is pointing upwards towards the sky.
Fingers come down on the very tips of the fingers not on the flat of the finger.
Make sure you come down from above and you play the note behind the fret. Our first
group of notes is going to be all on the first string, and we're going to play with
our first finger behind the first fret, pressing down, second finger second fret, third
fret, forth finger forth fret, repeat exactly that process moving up onto the second
string, one, two, three, four, moving up again to the G string or third string, onto
the D string or forth, A string or fifth, E string or sixth...
Remember guys, the speed is not important at this point What we do want to do is achieve
a nice clean note. Practice nice and easy. Take your time. Make sure that your hand
gets a chance to get used to playing the guitar, gets used to being around the neck.
Remember keep practising. Have a great time. Playing guitar is fantastic fun.