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i am teaching myself guitar and i thought i was progressing because i can make chord changes but then i realized that i am doing it wrong :/
i seen to have fingers dragging along after one is placed down. like i can place to fingers of the D major chord but then the last finger is late in placement. i want to be able to place all fingers down at the same time effortlessly. it is one of the bad habits i’ve been warned about when taking the guitar on solo. i want to get out of it..any suggestions ? and please dont say get lessons cause i am not
like, i can make the changes i would just feel more comfortable and feel like a “real guitarist” if i did it the way you are advised to do it. how do i get out of this habbit ? by means of excersises practice etc…