How to play a D minor chord
We’re going to take the first finger, and place it on the first string, this is string number one, and place it behind first fret, this is fret number one. We’re going to use the tip of the finger, tip, and place it right on the first string, right behind the first fret, here’s the first fret, first string. Then we’re going to take the second finger and place it on the third string, one, two, three, the third string. Behind the second fret, one, two. So there’s the second finger, using the tip, right behind the second fret of the third string. Then, we’re going to take finger number three and place that on string number two. So, this is string one, string two, and place it right behind the third fret. So, here’s the first fret, second fret, third fret, on the second string, using the tip right behind the fret. So, there’s a D minor chord. You’re only going to strum four strings. String one, two, three and four. I will just strum with it downwards, strum for now, and that’s a D minor. You can troubleshoot to that chord by playing one string at a time and listening for clean tone. So, playing string number four, string number three, string number two and string number one, and then strum all four strings.