The bar chords are often difficult to know for beginners. The chords nearer to the nut in particular are difficult to play. Since most songs have a chord of B Minor or F, the beginners should eventually attempt to know them. Most beginners need to learn to play open chords so they have an idea to readily learn the basics. The bar chords can harm not only the instrument but also the hands when performed approximately or without any method.
The F bar chord is one of the most difficult bar chords to perform. It's in an extremely close position to the nut. Therefore pushing down the string needs more force. So instead of a more simple chord beginning from the hardest tray. One of the simplest is the five-string minor bar chord in seventh place. The bar is stretched across five strings instead of six. So, playing for it's simpler, particularly for beginners. Next, six strings choose a chord higher up the throat to know the bar ay. It should be in the seventh place, which is B-chord, preferably. Play these chords with an open E chord for the first time. It is not necessary to use the index finger.