Let’s take whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and jumble them all into one exercise. Do you get confused or lost following along? Recap if you need to. A whole note gets four beats, a half note gets two beats, and a quarter note gets one beat. It’s a simple concept, but sometimes our hands don’t do what we tell them to do. That’s why we practice!
You should be able to play C and G chords by memory now, so I won’t post them up here again.
We’ve used the D chord only once, so here it is again: