The Bm Chord, or B-Minor Chord, is one of those chords that usually doesn’t find reference in a lot of guitar books. However, from a technical perspective, this chord is actually relatively easy to play. As for practically all other chords you can play on your guitar, this one too can be built and played in a variety of different ways. In my video tutorial below I show you how three different approaches, two of which are very easy to learn. The last one is a little bit harder, yet definitely my preferred choice as it makes the chord sound more rich and whole. With that being said, version one and two can be the perfect fit depending on the particular song you play.
Here is a short video in which I demonstrated the three ways to master the Bm Chord Guitar Challenge:
If you are a beginner, start with the easy way first and practice that for a few days or weeks. After that, gradually ‘upgrade’ to version two and eventually the full bar chord. It would make sense to make all three versions part of your chord vocabulary and use each one as fit.