I have focused on the augmented chords, just to realise how easy it is to play them and also memorise the fingering and progressions of mandolin augmented chords.
First of all, although there are many positions (ways, variants etc.) to play the F augmented mandolin chord, these positions are exactly the same with two other augmented chords, Aaug and C#aug. Why is that? Well it is no magic, it is just mechanics of music theory. I will try to explain this in a post that will follow, but for now, I think it is enough to remember just this: an Faug is also an Aaug and a C#aug, ok?
Now that I have made that clear :-) lets see how to play an Faug mandolin chord.
As always, I suggest you start with the slideshow that shows the most common mandolin chord positions for Faug – displayed on the top of the page above, fingered for your convenience.
For practical reasons, I have included also a Chord Chart for Faug on mandolin, feel free to print it.