#1
Ok, I finally got to where I can consistently make my "A" shapped barre chord, and was wondering what are some good songs to help me build up strength in my hand and help me voice my chords better? Thanks!
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#2
Opeth - Harvest

The verse and chorus can be a mighty workout indeed.
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#3
Honestly, I'd say any song, no matter how basic. Just by playing the barre chords instead of open chords, your technique, knowledge, and strength will all improve. Hope this helps.
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#4
Quote by CerpinTaxt
Honestly, I'd say any song, no matter how basic. Just by playing the barre chords instead of open chords, your technique, knowledge, and strength will all improve. Hope this helps.


+1

Or, for extra, you could try working out the chords yourself- all you need to do is find which "A shape" chord fits...
#5
Old greenday,nirvana...**** a lot of stuff lol

A lot of people learn the main riff to smells like teen spirit which is just 4 barre chords early on in their playing
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#6
Metallica - To Live is to Die
The intro looks a bit challenging but its just barre chords with the individual notes picked and then the main distorted riff is big barre chord shapes.
#7
Mardy Bum by Arctic Monkeys is a good one. Also Fluorescent Adolescent is fun.
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#8
Jack Johnson is some nice easy stuff, not hard like some of these people are suggesting I.e. metallica and stuff lawl.

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#9
Help by The Beatles really got me both paying attention to barre chords and improving on my technique with them. There are a lot of cool changes in between some of the notes (on the Help me if you can, I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate... etc) which you get doing some basic chromatic walking down and barring again.

Any Beatles or (like the dude above me said) Jack Johnson should do the trick.