| submitted by /u/JoshSummers
If you remember my last thread, this is the same thing. I tabbed out a bunch of exercises for a friend and since it takes me so damn long, I may as well post them here so they're a little more worth the effort. They will make you better at stuff.
Fast chord change/sweep exercise (the rhythm is basically House of the Rising Sun)
Sorry for the photo quality, but uh. Eh.
I've been attending classes and playing for close to a year now after stopping as a kid, and I learned most things again, but I can't seem to get my transitions down.
Where usually people would seamlessly move chords, I have to make sure each fingers on he correct string/fret each time and it really hinders my sound.
I've been trying to just learn through failure, but I was wondering if anyone had any tips?