#1
So when I try to transition between chords (A5 to F5 for example) then the note of the first chord dies and I can't get a seamless transition. Obviously this creates an awkward gap between the chords, but when I listen to an audio file of the transition it's seamless. When I switch from A5 to F5 (I'll just keep using that as an example) I either slide my fingers (which is heard) or I either take my fingers off the fretboard too slowly and the note dies or I take my fingers off and that just results in a pull-off note. Is this a speed or a technique issue and how do I correct it?
#2
How long have you been playing? I don't often play power chords, but when I do, they are smooth and transition with ease. You may just need more practice, if you're having problems with power chords.
#3
Well in the case of A5 to F5, you could just play it as

D:--2---
A:--0-3-
E:----1-


How long have you been playing? as you get more comfortable, you'll get faster at making chord changes and you'll find ways to fill the gaps between chords too. I think this just comes in time
#4
I know exactly what your frustration is! But, you're already way past the first hurdle of recognizing it and it just takes time. The more aware, the more you practice it.
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#5
Been playing for about a week, so I figured it may have just been a matter of practice. Wasn't sure if it was bad practicing or if it's just a matter of more practicing though.