Changing between chords can be challenging at first. I have a simple tip to make this much easier once you get the hang of it. I’ll show you this and we’ll practice it a few times changing between A minor and E Major.
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does it matter if the second and third fingers placement for the a minor
Hi Jeannitta. Are you asking if you can switch the second and third fingers around?
Loving every minute of your lessons. I just keep plucking away, but my big old fingers keep touching the strings around the one around I’m playing. I adjust and start all over again. Oh Well! I keep telling myself that “Rome wasn’t built in one day.”
Thanks for your excellent help.
You’re very welcome Louis. And for the record… that really is normal when you’re starting out.
You are very welcome, Louis. Slow and steady wins the race.
Today at 12 pm, I joined your live session for the first time. It was great you were explaining so many good ideas for others questions. It is so nice to know such a soft kind hearted person like you. You are a true Guitar Guru…( like a God) . I am so blessed at my age of 70 ( January 5th) can learn from you each day. I will log onto your lessons , activities each day and want to take a never ending journey with you. I am playing some chords , sounding better after following your directions. I am not skipping any steps. So, let me slowly but surely practice and catch up with other folks. I wish you a very very long life. Happy New Year.
Thank You Thomas.
Lives San Leandro
Thank you for your kind words, Michael. I’m happy to have you here. Keep up the good work.
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