How many times have you tried and struggled with barre chords in the past?
This week I’ve been yapping on about barre chords.
Some guitarists have no real desire to learn barre chords.
They just want to strum some simple songs or are happy fingerpicking some open chords.
This is all well and good, but let’s picture this…
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On October 7th, 1903, esteemed engineer Samuel Langley was about to change the world.
He and his large staff have just created an aeroplane.
They were ready to test it and be the first ever to achieve the incredible feat of having a motorised plane fly in the sky.
Here is another 10-second tip for you to enjoy…
…And it’s all to do with barre chords.
Most guitarists want to be able to play better barre chords.
Rightly so, as playing a few barre chord shapes can really open up the whole of the fretboard and allow you to play many more pieces of music.
The problem – most barre chord tuition is downright awful.
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including guitar barre chords, taking a break, and more.
I hope you enjoy…
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including guitar thumb pain, the 80/20 rule, and more.
I know how infuriating it can be if your guitar chords buzz because pretty much all of your playing will suffer.
Below is a simple five-step plan of what to do if they do buzz.
I got a nice email from Curtis the other day regarding open chords…
I LOVE your suggestion of learning to play the series of open chords and changes with the last three fingers, and NOT the Index finger.