Yet another chord. When you feel comfortable with these three chords, we will try the fourth one (the last one at this level).
It can be a little challenging, but you can do it quickly, beginning the transition from Em: you have to leave the first finger in the second fret of the fifth string and the second and third fingers are to pass to the third fret, second finger to the sixth string, and third finger to the first string. Yes, it’s quite a leap, but by practicing you will easily become used to it. So, we arrive at the last of the first four chords you will learn: G major.
To play these last two chords, Em and G major, you need to strum all six strings.
Do you remember that we avoided strumming the sixth string for Am and C?
For Em and G, we will strum all six strings.
This is the perfect moment to note what you have achieved so far. You can play some chords, and you have advanced a lot.
By practicing these chords, you will be able to play a decent number of songs, especially if you are assisted by a capo: