#1
Hi,
I am a complete noob at guitar, I learned how to read the chords. I do not know how to practice changing chords, and I do not know which ones are the beginner practice songs and which ones are not.
#4
Changing chords become very simple after practice. A good way to practice this technique is by holding down your fingers in one chord formation and then changing them to another. Do it slowly at first but then after a while gradually pick up the pace.
#5
Hi! I'm also starting to learn how to play a guitar. The easiest way how to learn:
1. get some list of 50-60 chords and how to play them
2. Play how many song a day as you can
3. step-by-step learn about theory...

I think the most imortant steps are 1 and 2 in the beginning. You need to get a feeling of rythm and strong but precise grip for playing nice chords. I suggest for playing in the beginning songs e.g. in D major. It's easy to play the chords in them
(mostly D,G,Am,C...). E.g.:
Bryan Adams- Cloud number nine
Eagles- Tequila sunrise or Lying eyes
Tom Jones- Green grass of home
Uriah heep- Lady in black...

And after some time harder and harder song. For example after this
you can try to play R.E.M.- losing my religion. It's not to hard but it has
some more chords to change during it. And you'll need to try playing chords
with usin barre (like F here)
#6
I hope the elders agree with me. If not... I'm still young. I'm playing just for 3 weeks
#7
you can go to youtube and learn there

just search the internet

were just the same now but the more passion you have the more you will go pro
#8
theres also lessons on this site. and chord chart..and do read up on your theory. just take it easy. major and minor chords. if u learn to fast u might learn something wrong and/or learn something sloppy. but like dude man said up there lol G...A...C...E...D once u get the hang of things work on F and all the variations for these chords.