#1
When i play a chord and then play another chord i make a small delay in between. i listened to music that had chords and there was no delays in them. how do u prevent youself from doing delays?
#2
keep practising the shapes of the chords, slowly build up the memeory in your muscles so it becomes easier to change chords without having to think about it
#3
By delay, do you mean the delay as in "the lateness in timing" or delay as in FX kinda delay?
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#4
Turn off the delay:P

You could cover it with an open-string-strum or a mute of some kind.
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#5
i think he means, his timing not an effect.

and yes it just takes practice.
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#7
i was away last week.


back to reality now tho.
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