#4
Thats a bitch of a change, but you get used to it. You could always barr the A chord (unless you already are, I didnt watch the vid).
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#5
Learn "Wild Thing". That's the song that got me started with open chord progressions
#6
Quote by Ehh
Thats a bitch of a change, but you get used to it. You could always barr the A chord (unless you already are, I didnt watch the vid).


I tried barring the A chord but the end of my finger ALWAYS hits the last string on accident, I guess I just need to improve on this shortcut
#7
Just keep your first finger fretted and move the other two around it. Practice this slowly until you can do it naturally. I had problems with this one when I first started. Practice is the key!
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#8
Nah you get wicked fast if you keep doing it. I swear even now I look at myself when I mess around playign randomn chords and I'm amazed at how good I've gotten.
#9
Quote by Xp3ns1v3
Just keep your first finger fretted and move the other two around it. Practice this slowly until you can do it naturally. I had problems with this one when I first started. Practice is the key!


Wait what? My first finger is fretted on the fourth string though? I thought the D chord was the first 3?
#10
Play the chord.
Remove hand from fretboard.
Shake hand furiously.
Form chord again and repeat.

This helps me A LOT when I learn to finger chords. Eventually you will become so familiar with the finger placement it will become natural for you to switch almost instantly.
#12
Quote by guitarnoob456
Wait what? My first finger is fretted on the fourth string though? I thought the D chord was the first 3?


Oh dang, you're right. I don't know what the hell chord I was thinking of >_< Sorry
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#14
Quote by guitarnoob456
Wait what? My first finger is fretted on the fourth string though? I thought the D chord was the first 3?



It is, but there's two ways to fret the notes in an A chord one is used more in classical music while the one you are using is more common, both hold the second frets of the DG and B strings though.