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How to Change Chords on Time While Strumming Guitar


Changing chords on time while strumming guitar is something a lot of new players have trouble with so if this is you, If you're having trouble switching between chords… don't feel bad. You’re not alone.


Here’s what to expect in this lesson:

1. I'll start off by showing you how to play chords properly. Many students try to change chords before they feel confident playing the chord by itself.

2. Then will go into how to transition between one chord and another smoothly.

3. I'll include four progressive exercises you can practice to integrate the techniques and ideas I discuss so you can apply them. 

4. I saved an important tip to the end because it'll make more sense once you have a basic framework and exercises to apply it.

Here’s the chords diagrams for the chords I use in this guitar lesson.



I’ve include a jam track that you can download the practice along with. Go ahead and download that below :

>> Exercise Jam Track Download D - Cadd9 - G

>> Exercise Chord Chart Download

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Changing chords on time while strumming guitar is something a lot of new players have trouble with so if this is you, If you're having trouble switching between chords… don't feel bad. You’re not alone.


Here’s what to expect in this lesson:
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  1. Thomas my name is Lonnie Brock I am a retired coal miner I've wanted to play the guitar for a long time and have got serious about it lately I'm 67 yrs old and have had lots of injuries but I'm working hard at it I have learned several chords and have two electric guitars I know that they aren't the best to learn on I have a statsa caster and a tellacaster I'm left-handed my son brought them for me as gifts I want to learn amazing grace before I leave this life or would love to learn I've had five spinal surgeries so I'm not in the best of health I've got more metal in than these new cars I think I'm ahead of a beginner I can do the chords c g d a and I can do the cadd9 pretty good I think slow on the regular ones but I've enjoyed your çhorse and I think it will help me lots thank you sir I will be watching all of your videos from the mountains of eastern ky

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