The third form is less common than forms one and two, but it’s still an important finger shape to master. It’s frequently used in minor keys and in the keys of C and F.
In this example, played on the D and A strings, you’ll see two flats that move the notes played with the first finger to the fret. In addition because there are no sharps in the key signature, the second finger plays on the third fret, while the third finger plays on the fifth fret.
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