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A G chord is 3x0033 (actual notes used: GxDGDG).
This is technically a G5, but I recommend you use this voicing for G chords. It is a fairly universal voicing you can use in many situations.
There's another version of the G chord not covered in this video. Many people default to is 320033 for G (2 instead of x on the A string). In my opinion, this sounds too muddy or messy, and won't be used. If you use it, it's best to use it when capoed higher (capo 3 and higher).
A note: Your fingers will probably hurt, maybe even have indents. This is normal. When I started playing guitar, it took me about 2-3 weeks of daily practice to build callouses so my fingers got used to playing guitar.
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