This chord and the next two chords are all played on the top four strings of the guitar.
Here's the fingering for this guitar chord:
This inversion is in root position. That's to say, it has the root note of the chord as the lowest note. This is a G7 chord but try moving this around to other positions too.
Check back in tomorrow when we'll be continuing our series of 12 dominant 7th guitar chords you should know.