Playing Tough Chord Changes on Guitar, Method 2

Difficult-Guitar-ChordsYeah, it’s a killer. Try this:

Don’t strum all the way to the moment that the tough chord should be played and then changing chords (that’s like pressing pause while you’re playing, and even the tone-deaf know that ain’t right).

When you’re headed straight for a tough chord, say Q#minor14 (see pic), only play on the first beat of the easy chord before it (G). Use the next 3 beats to change to Q#minor14. You’ll only hear G on the first beat beat, but if you keep the count going in your head while you change, you’ll play Q#minor14 right on time, keeping the song together.
This is a lot better than the “Wait just a, I’ve almost..I’ve…” approach.

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