#1
will practicing chords like getting faster and changing them also help me when it comes to solos and that kinda stuff?
#3
I suppose it will improve you finger coordination.
The cliched "rig" Signature:

ESP LTD EC-1000VBL (EMG-ed)
Dean Cadillac SilverBurst Left-handed
Boss GT-8
Roland Micro-Cube
Line 6 FlexTone III XL
Levy's straps
#4
Quote by ASD_d00d
will practicing chords like getting faster and changing them also help me when it comes to solos and that kinda stuff?


They certainly can. Know what chords the solo go through and you'll be on top of it.
Parker PDF30
Vox VT40+
#5
a lot of the time when i improvise i only think of the shape of the chords that are being played and how they relate to the scale around them. It took me a long time to get to the point of doing that and sounding good but it was really eye opening when i figured it out... my first teacher always told me that he never nu why but you have to be a good rhythm player to be a good solo player.
Epiphone les paul studio
Traynor YCS50
vox wah V847
Fulltone Full-Drive 2
squire strat- currently in process of getting custom finish!


gassing for warmoth build