#1
Okay so I was having a little trouble switching G and C chords.
I can switch from G to C pretty well it's just switching from C to G that I have trouble on.

When you switch chords, do you place the fingers down at the same time or do you place them 1 or 2 at a time but really fast?
#2
I place all my fingers down when switching chords. I'm sorry I can't give any better advice than just keep practicing, you'll get better.
I don't need a sig....
#3
Spend about 15 minutes each day just switching from C to G and back again, and you'll quickly get faster at it.
#4
i used to have trouble with C to G too. but now its a breeze. keep doing it and you'll get used to it. and you can either do them 1 at a time or all together, but once you get it really fast then your probably gunna have to put them all down at the same time.
#5
so would it be best to place them all at the same time just to get used to to the feel?

Also I ususally practice switching different chord shapes about 1 hour daily, to help the process go faster. When should I get pretty good at it?
Also for a begginer, about what BPM should I be switching chords?
#6
It just takes time and practice to get them right. You can start putting each finger down one at a time, and as your fingers get used to that, you'll later be able to put them all down at the same time. There isn't a set BPM or anything either.

Just start slowly, and over time you'll get better at it.
#7
Alright thanks

Recently, my practice has been basically entirely dedicated to chord practice.
I spend about 2 1/2 hours playing chords, and about 30 mins doing songs.

Should I change the sceldule to do about a hour on chords, an hour on songs, and an hour on exercises such as alternative picking and scales?
#8
It could be useful to get into picking exercises and scales, so yeah dedicating an hour to each field could be useful. I'd advise that you go 20 mins on, 5 mins off though - this helps you stay focused. So 20 mins on chords, 5 mins rest, 20 mins on songs, 5 mins rest, 20 mins on scales, 5 mins rest, and repeat say 2 or 3 times.
#10
I've got a stack of Guitar Techniques magazines, so after a warm-up based on various DVDs, I work on one article for 20 mins, take a break, move onto the next one. I like to mix and match like that.