Today, we will see the best way to learn to play guitar chords so that they feel clear and clean. First of all, if you are starting from scratch to learn guitar, you can learn the basics, including guitar chords, by downloading my online guitar course. You can see all the main guitar chords by clicking here: guitar chords
What we will show you today will be a very simple method to learn how to make guitar chords sound good. This is a very popular method or strategy, all good teachers teach this strategy, a pity that not everyone personally goes to a teacher.
Learning guitar chords right away means saving time AFTER, when you realize that many things you can’t do because you underestimated the importance of learning to play chords well (which is the basis of a course of guitar). In fact, a guitarist who does not learn how to play guitar chords properly is a guitarist who, if he wants to go on playing and keep improving, is better to take a few steps back and start again from the chords.
How to learn the guitar chords?
- First you need to have the agreements at hand and see how they are made.
- The second step is very simple. Read the Chord Kangen Nickerie you have chosen to learn and place your fingers on the guitar fret board. Remember to position your fingers in a way that is comfortable, but also correct. The position of the fingers is fundamental. Place your fingers in a hammer and squeeze the strings.
- This is the fundamental step. Now you have to play one string at a time. Each string must sound clean. The sound must be firm and without “clogging”. This is an incredibly useful step because if you don’t adjust your finger positions right away while making a chord it’s very difficult to do it later. If all the strings play perfectly, then you can go to step 4, if instead you feel that some strings do not sound very well, which will happen very often at the beginning, better arrange the finger that does not allow the string to play as it should and play that string until it rings freely. Once the string is adjusted, all the strings sound individually. It is possible that arranging a position of one finger changes the setting of another finger and as a result, another string may not play well. So you’ll need to get to the point where you can play all the guitar chord strings individually so that they all feel good.
- Now that each chord string sounds good, you can play a guitar rhythm for about a minute (the simplest you know). After the minute you played the guitar chord with a simple rhythm, go back to step 3. If the guitar chord sounds good, even if you play the strings individually right away, then you can learn another guitar chord. If there is something that doesn’t sound good systems as described in step 3 and then perform step 4 again with the verification at the end. It may seem like a long sequence, but in reality it will take you longer to read this article than to learn the chords for the guitar. Remember that by making the best use of your time, you save later. You will not regret!