#1
can anyone give/suggest some good exercises that increase the speed of switching chords(even power chords) my problem is switching strings and keeping a good speed.
#2
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can anyone give/suggest some good exercises that increase the speed of switching chords(even power chords) my problem is switching strings and keeping a good speed.
Slow = Smooth. Smooth = Fast.
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#3
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Slow = Smooth. Smooth = Fast.

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#4
Just basically practice slowly. Your best off changing between similar chords. Such as Aminor to D7 to Aminor to Aminor7th to Cmaj to F. Or Eminor to G, stuff like that. Eventually it will come naturally.
#6
Here's a tip for making your fingers remember chord shapes; place your fingers on whatever chord you're learning, play each note individually to make sure each note is ringing clearly, then squeeze and release the chord over and over. Don't completely take your fingers off the chord, just release the pressure. Do this in 5 minute intervals. After 5 mins., shake your hand out and try to grab the chord. Eventually, your fingers will go to it almost automatically.
Usually when you're having problems making chord changes, it's because you don't have one or more of the chords down well enough.