Question. I find it hard to change between chords and when I do it sounds bad. Because of this I can’t make my guitar sound good. What can I do?
Answer. This is the most common problem for beginner guitarists. Don’t worry, nearly every professional guitarist has had your problem!
The best way to avoid this is to start with the easiest chord changes for your fingers. Also, there is a lot to be said for slowing down everything that you are trying to learn.
Before you try playing along with your favorite band, practice the chords and chord changes by yourself until they are flowing nicely. Play things slowly to get accuracy and once you have that you can start speeding up.
Playing things at full speed without first learning them properly will make your chord changes sound muddy and unclear. If you start slowly and build your chord changes progressively you will find that you can improve your playing and stay motivated.
Another helpful trick to learning chords changes is something called the ‘Pressing Technique’, which is an easy way to learn guitar chords fast.
Remember, like anything, learning guitar takes time and effort. You can’t expect to wake up and play like a pro. If you keep working on it you will improve your playing and achieve what you want on the guitar.