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Here you will be playing the “low E” open quite a few times. Begin the first measure by playing it open three times. Then, place your 1st finger on the second fret on the “A” string and the “D” string. Do this by barring your 1st finger. Place your 3rd finger on the fourth fret on the “G” string. Last, place your 4th finger on the fifth fret on the “B” string. All strings are to be played.
For the second measure, you once again start out playing the “low E” string open three times. Next, you will be playing a Dsus2 chord. Do that by using your 2nd finger on the second fret on the “G” string, and your 3rd finger on the third fret on the “B” string. Allow the “high E” string to play open, as well as the “D” string.
For the third measure, you will start out again with the “low E” playing open three times. Then, keep your 3rd finger where it was from the second measure, move your 2nd finger to the second fret on the “D” string, and place your 4th finger on the “high E” string. Play that once.
For the fourth measure, leave your 3rd finger where it was, and just use your 2nd finger to play the third fret on the “A” string. Play accordingly, and don’t forget to start out with three open notes on the “low E” string.