#1
Hi
Im new guitar and i started it up as a hobby so i don't practice 5 hours each day, its more casual and fun for myself. so i try to practice 1/2 hour or so 4 or 5 times a week... so heres the question when i practice chord formations i lay down my finger one at a time like index middle ring as appose to all at the same time, i don't know if thats correct any help would be appreciated.

thanks

Brett
#3
yea, when you first start learning chords thats prob the best way to do it to. after a while it becomes second nature to switch between them and you dont even really need to think about it. but for right now you're on the right track
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Quote by bmc41fish
Hi
Im new guitar and i started it up as a hobby so i don't practice 5 hours each day, its more casual and fun for myself. so i try to practice 1/2 hour or so 4 or 5 times a week... so heres the question when i practice chord formations i lay down my finger one at a time like index middle ring as appose to all at the same time, i don't know if thats correct any help would be appreciated.

thanks

Brett


To be honest I still do it myself. When I play a G chord for example I do my middle finger, index finger & then ring finger. So I kind of work my way down. Though I do it fairly quickly so it to the stage where it almost happens all together.

Whether its the right or wrong way to do it who cares, because it works for me.
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