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DADGAD chords–G major

G major

I can’t believe I haven’t shown you this before now, play the D-major (home plus one), then this G, sounds really pretty, then take it up two more frets for an A-major version of the same thing, you can’t really use this as a stand-alone G-chord, but when you’re playing in D and you’re looking for a G-chord, this is a good choice, I often use my third finger instead of second on the D-string, dunno why, but there it is