4-21 CCS #1 – Build From The Bottom Up





There are a few tricks even advanced guitarists use when changing chords. This lesson features one that I call the ‘Bottom Up’ approach. You hear this all the time in music, even if you haven’t noticed it.

It’s a neat trick to use when changing chords. And it will help you build quicker chord changes!

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Yes, this is a very good strategy to attack from chord to another chord change. S split second for the brain to think the steps. Thank you Tomas.

This was great, and just the kind of thing I wouldn’t have thought of, but it makes sense. Thank you.
As I’m learning more chords I’m starting to wonder how do know what strumming pattern to use when playing a song? What lessons is that covered in? Thanks for the great course!

Tomas (Administrator) September 19, 2020 at 9:30 pm

Hi Lisa,
It’s nice to hear from you. The entire focus of the 6th Adventure is on strumming. But we’ll use all the little tips, tricks, and chords up to that point in that Adventure.

Very useful tip!

Tomas (Administrator) September 12, 2019 at 2:35 pm

I’m glad you like this.

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