My worst fear!

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by r3aper, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. r3aper

    r3aper New Member

    Not exactly :p

    anyways....yar i have been playing the guitar since 3-4months but still i am unable to switch chords it takes me 2-3secs to switch a chord whilst playing a song, which just disturbs the overall flow of the song....

    So guys i need help on do i improve....i need proper guidedence
    Please help!
  2. r3aper

    r3aper New Member

    hello.......does anyone ever replies here?
  3. augur

    augur I love bjr


  4. distorted

    distorted satan

    Practice man... Dats the best solution... Evrybdy faces such difficulties in the beginning... When u try to play songs dont break the rhythm, keep the strumming on evn if u dont switch the chords fast, gradually the shifting of chords will become smooth... but make it sure, u keep the strumming going on properly...
  5. distorted

    distorted satan

    N ya, one more thing, while trying to shift fastly, make it sure u dont make strings go dead... hold the chords properly, keep the strumming going on... It will take a month or two, gradually u'll improve.. But, work hard.... Gudluck.
  6. r3aper

    r3aper New Member

    ^thanks man!
    Keep the strumming going on....hmm....will try my best!
  7. r@zor2

    r@zor2 New Member

    Hey dude im a beginner guitarist too
    the way i learnt to switch chords fast is to use a metronome.
    set it to 60BPM just as a start and take a simple progression like D-C-G-C-D
    and strum like this
    chord D C
    beats 1 2 3 4 change chord before 1 2 3 4 CONTINUE to next
    Strum D U D U the next beat D U D U chord

    Slowly increase your BPM later u can Switch chords for each beat of the metronome
    This will make ur switches lightning fast

    Hope this helped

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