How do you play easy Dm on guitar chords?

How do you play easy Dm on guitar chords?

For the simplified version of the Dm chord (also known as the Dsus2 or D suspended chord), place your index (first) finger on the second fret of the 3rd (G) string. Then place your ring finger on the 3rd fret of the second (B) string. Leaving the first and fourth strings open, strum down.

What chords fit with Dm?

To repeat, here are the chords in the key of D minor: D minor, E diminished, F major, G minor, A minor, Bb major, and C major.

What can I play instead of Dm?

NOTE: Dsus2 is a very useful chord to know as it will often sound ok in the place of any D chord. As you can see Dsus2 (the ‘sus’ is an abbreviated way of saying ‘suspended’) only requires two fingers to play and the hand shape is easier to form than a full Dm chord.

What is the second note for the chord Dm?

The D minor triad, more commonly called the D minor chord, is a minor triad consisting of the notes D, F and A.

Is Dm D minor or major?

Dm is just one way to represent the D minor chord. It can also be written as Dmin or D-. To form this chord, combine the root note D, the minor third F, and the perfect fifth, A of the major scale. The minor third is also known as a flat third.

What key goes with Dm?

Closely related key

Tonic (Major) Submediant Subdominant, dominant, supertonic, and mediant
A♭ Fm D♭, E♭, B♭m, Cm
E♭ Cm A♭, B♭, Fm, Gm
B♭ Gm E♭, F, Cm, Dm
F Dm B♭, C, Gm, Am

What are the notes in Dm?

D minor is a minor scale based on D, consisting of the pitches D, E, F, G, A, B♭, and C. Its key signature has one flat.

What is Dm chord?

The Dm Chord D major is on the left, D minor is on the right. As you can see, the D minor chord moves the finger on the first string down by a half step. This changes the major third to a minor third, and gives us the three notes—D, F and A—that make up the chord.