How To: Play the A sharp sustained four chord (A#4) on the acoustic guitar

Play the A sharp sustained four chord (A#4) on the acoustic guitar

Before you live out your lifelong dream of becoming the next Bon Jovi and singing to a sold-out crowd of boob-flashing teenage girls, you have to actually learn how to play the guitar first.

And one of the most basic guitar skills is playing a chord. Check out this video to learn how to play the A sharp sustained four chord.

A chord is a combination of at least two notes that are played simultaneously, creating a fuller, richer sound than can be achieved by playing each note individually. Most chords involve at least three notes played together, while some may use even more. Also, chords usually involve playing multiple strings at the same time, which is called strumming.

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