#1
Okay, so I'm starting to learn some of the chords! It is necessary to play a chord in one single motion right? It seems like some of the chords were meant for an electric guitar, are some of them instrument specific?
#2
no. no chords are "instrument specific". just somtimes things sound better on an electric than an acoustic adn the other way around.
#3
yeh, power chords for example sound much better on an electric guitar than acoustic, but can still be played the same on an acoustic guitar.
#4
"it is necessary to play a chord in one single motion right?" <-- elaborate.
#5
^i think hes talking about strumming. if thats the case, you dont have to strum the chord
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#6
Actually when learning chords I found it very useful to pick every note and then strum the chord.

This way you'll notice if there are any mistakes, slightly muting open strings etc etc.
#7
When you say one single motion, do you mean when you are placing down on the frets. I know a person who is horrible at chords because he sets them up but placing one finger at a time and because of that he cant really play anything.