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Guitar Lesson: Chords to start practicing
The agreements are important tools in a guitarists toolbox. What can you do to be a better player of string? Here are some ways you can practice agreements effectively!
In this guitar lesson to be looking more by a sequence of simple chords with just two chords, D and A7. We will play in its most common form. First let's take a look at the string in D major:
D: 04 23 32 21
Each note of the chord is represented by two digits. The first number tells you what torque band in press. 0 means you play an open string, ie a string without pressing down a fret.
To understand this notation also describe with words how to play this chord D:
Play the fourth string, press the index finger of your left hand on the second fret and the third rope. Use your ring finger to the press by the third fret of the second string and then press the second fret on the first string with your middle finger. Now you can scratch the string.
If you are a beginner guitar to make you play correctly. Here are some tips:
1. Make sure that your fingers are perpendicular to the key. It is easier to achieve if you have short nails.
2. Place the thumb of his left hand in the center the neck of the guitar support.
3. Try not to push too hard fingers on the fretboard. If you can not play chords with a clean sound is better trying to find the real cause of the problem. Maybe the error is that the finger is in contact with an adjacent channel or perhaps to see how to press the frets. Press frets as close to the left of the metal strip can to avoid unwanted noise ropes.
Newline D. The best way to play this agreement is not to keep their fingers on the handle until you feel pain. Instead we suggest that you press your fingers on the frets so lightly as you can and scrape the rope once tests whether the string sounds clear and precise.
After pressing the rope once you take your left hand on the neck and relax your fingers and waved. It is now time to practice playing the chord again using the same method.
Why should practice this way?
The hardest part of playing chords is not take a rope over an extended period of time. This can cause pain and injury and will not make you a better player agreements. The important thing is able to place their fingers on the frets right as quickly as possible when you change chords.
It is therefore important to use and effective as described above.
It is now time to take a look at the A7 chord:
A7: 24 May 22 March 2001
In other terms, this means: Press the open fifth string, put his finger on the second fret on fourth string, play the third string open, put your finger on the second fret on the second string and play the first string open.
Practice this Agreement in the same way as the string in D Major, alternating between holding the rope, playing once, then relax your fingers.
Now when you have two strings to your disposal, you can practice technique important to be able to change chords quickly and smoothly. Strum once on the D string, then move on to the A7 chord, strum once and Repeat the procedure until you can play slowly changes with ease.
Something to consider when you move between agreements is to move the fingers in an economical manner. Stay close to the ground to move from one chord to another. In this example agreements with D and A7 can move the index and middle fingers for each string to be ready to play A7.
Agreements in any what song you want to practice can be used the same method. Concentrated on two consecutive agreements in the song at a time. Try to move between them smoothly scraping once on each string.
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