How Many Guitar Chords Are There?

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There are a limited number of guitar chords. However, there is an infinite number of chord variations. It is not necessary to learn all these cords.
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There are over 40,000 guitar chords that a person can play on their instrument. There are a great number of sites with diagrams showing the various chords and allowing you to come up with your own combination of them. You can find more information here: www.guitarchords247.com
There are thousands of chords on a guitar. What chord you make depends where you place your finger on the fret bar, and also on how many fingers you use.
There are a total of 6 guitar chords on a standard guitar. Those chords are E, A, D, G, B, and E. Each of these chords requires your hand to be in different positions on the strings.
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