#2
practice.

and concentrate on what you're doing, worry more about how accurately you're fretting and strumming rather than how fast you are.
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#3
what worked for me was to try to put all the fingers down at the same time, hit the chord and pull all the fingers back off...repeat this...then go back and forth between two chords...i do this without picking also
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#4
yeah, learn all major, minor and 7th chords at least(this is very beginner stuff cos i dont know how much you've learnt)
and just go from a to g in each set making sure they are all clean, then do it by like amaj, am, a7th and so on then go backwards and stuff just so you can play them not just one after another.

and practice alot mainly, after a week of just a couple of times a day i was heaps better.

plus try learning the intro to megadeaths hangar 18, that was one of the first songs i wanted to play and was way out of my league but the intro is great for getting fingers used to chord changes
#5
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practice.

and concentrate on what you're doing, worry more about how accurately you're fretting and strumming rather than how fast you are.


Thats about it. Oh and always think ahead when you try to change chords. Hope it helped.
#6
Practice is what is going to help you here (it will always help you), dont feel rushed into it and take your time to make sure you can CLEANLY change between chords .
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