#1
There's this song that I am learning - Gulabi Aankhen. It follows the chord progression: Am, G, F, G, E
I shift from the normal G major to the barre F major, then back to the normal G; the shifting takes too much time. I've been practicing for two weeks now with no significant improvement. I tried playing with the G barre chord, but the song doesn't sound good with it.

So, the question I want to ask is - should I play the song with the G barre chord, or continue practicing the way I am doing it now.
#3
Quote by molu55555
There's this song that I am learning - Gulabi Aankhen. It follows the chord progression: Am, G, F, G, E
I shift from the normal G major to the barre F major, then back to the normal G; the shifting takes too much time. I've been practicing for two weeks now with no significant improvement. I tried playing with the G barre chord, but the song doesn't sound good with it.

So, the question I want to ask is - should I play the song with the G barre chord, or continue practicing the way I am doing it now.
How does the guitarist play it in the original? Can you find a video of a live performance of the song?
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#5
Keep on practicing. It will come eventually and after that, so many songs are easier for you.
#6
I'd like to apologize for my incredibly late reply; I was in a place for some weeks where I didn't have access to the web.

Quote by Spidey93
How does the guitarist play it in the original? Can you find a video of a live performance of the song?

There are so many versions of the song and everybody plays it differently. Its original was sung in the 1950s, but I can't seem to find what way he played it.

I'd be trying to practice it the same way, for the advice of the more experienced guitarists here.