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Offline captainamerica

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Re: IM-122 • One Minute Changes
« Reply #25 on: March 15, 2017, 07:42:11 pm »
Just out of curiousity, but Justin did not include the dom 7 and 7minor chords in the one-minute change listing, was this intentional?

"1. A (open) to G Major (barre)
2. D (open) to F#min (barre)
3. C (open) to Ab Major (barre)
4. G (open) to Gb Major (barre)
5. E (open) to F# minor (barre)"

Even though Foundation 2 introduces 7 and min7 chords.
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Re: IM-122 • One Minute Changes
« Reply #26 on: March 15, 2017, 07:50:49 pm »
Captain this is Justin following the KISS protocol I think, 7 1MC come in at stage 4. Slowly slowly catchy monkey, basics first as per normal. 8)
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Re: IM-122 • One Minute Changes
« Reply #27 on: March 15, 2017, 10:21:45 pm »
I think he figures it's hard enough to change from an open chord and bar chord without including min 7 bar chords as well.

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Re: IM-122 • One Minute Changes
« Reply #28 on: December 10, 2017, 02:27:50 am »
Often times when switching between chords it's recommended that on the final up strum of the bar, that you  switch to the next chord early (take hand off of the chord during the final up strum).

I find that that doesn't work very well when switching from an open chord to a bar chord. The first finger tends to mute the strings while getting it firmly down on the neck, so that the final up strum ends up turning into an unintentional muted hit.

Any suggestions for correcting this? I'm getting fairly fast at chaining from open to bar chords, but still have problems with fast songs when there is an up-strum before the bar chord. The muted hit just sounds bad.


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