D Minor chord intervals and notes
Intervals 1 - b3 - 5
Notes in D m D - F - A

The minor chord is a triad (a three-note chord), which means the chord has 3 notes as counted from the root: 1 - b3 - 5. You'll notice that the only difference from the major chord is the flattened 3rd degree note, but this makes a world of difference, since the chords basic quality is totally changed.

D Minor Chord Charts, Fingering, Voicings

Here are 6 voicings of the Dm guitar chord, with a chord chart to each voicings' fingering.

These D Minor guitar chord variations can be interchanged freely. If it sounds good, it is good!

Chord learning tip 1.

When playing barre chords, make sure you move your wrist forward further than you would with open chords, this allows for more added pressure to your first finger.

Chord learning tip 2.

If you want to spice up old songs, play their chords in different voicings. New chord variations can give new life to old tunes.

Check out more D guitar chords, or go back and have a look at our entire free guitar chords library.