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One Minute Changes (Guitar Lesson IM-142) How to play IF Stage 4

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    Hi, how're ya doing?
    Justin here.
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    Welcome to IM-142,
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    which is the one minute chord changes,
    for Foundation 4.
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    Now, I'm pretty sure,
    you know the drill by now,
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    where you're going to be changing out chords
    as fast as we can,
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    between chords that we already know,
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    and chords that we're just learning.
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    Now, I've got a suggested five chord changes
    that you might like to start off with,
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    but make sure that you remember,
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    if there is any that you find easy,
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    you should substitute them with some changes
    that you find really difficult,
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    because you get best,
    if you practice what you can't do,
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    and don't practice what you can.
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    Ok, let's get to a close-up
    and check out my suggested changes.
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    The first of my suggested changes
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    is between an A major chord,
    using an E shape,
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    and an E7 chord using an A shape.
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    This is a very common chord movement,
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    . . .
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    and I don't think you'll have
    too much trouble with it.
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    My second chord change suggestion is here
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    a G minor 7 to a C minor 7 chord.
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    Now, both of these require quite strong barres,
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    particularly the G minor 7,
    that's quite far down the neck,
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    you might get that second finger over,
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    to give yourself a little bit of support
    if you need it,
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    to a C minor 7.
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    If you find it really difficult down here,
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    you could move it up the neck, to say,
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    a Bminor7 to an Eminor7.
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    Up to you.
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    I think doing it at G is a good kind of strength builder.
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    So, sitting there,
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    should have the chords nice and clear by now,
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    and making those chord changes
    as fast as you can.
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    My third chord change
    that I'd recommend would be,
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    Bb7 to an Eb7.
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    Both, again, very very common chords
    to be changing between.
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    Nothing too difficult here, really.
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    It's just getting used
    to the two dominant 7 chord shapes,
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    and making sure your barre is strong enough,
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    to get all of those notes ringing out nice.
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    Fourth recommended change is,
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    G major, using an E shape,
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    to a B7, using an A shape.
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    . . .
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    Interesting kind of quick change here
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    because you have to kind of move backwards
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    and moving backwards with the barres
    are always a little bit more interesting than not.
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    So G, backwards we go to the 7th.
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    Here, sometimes my fingers
    kind of a little bit flat like that.
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    Sometimes, it's a bit easier to get the pressure on,
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    when the fingers are kind of slightly angled.
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    Wouldn't say it's a particularly a good habit.
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    They should probably be a bit square on,
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    but if they are
    a little bit late over sometimes,
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    particularly when you've just gone backwards,
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    I think that's kind of acceptable,
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    so long as the chord sounds good.
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    And the 5th recommended change would be this :
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    Ab minor to a Db major.
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    . . .
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    Just to make sure that we keep on working on,
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    uh, A shape major barre chord change a bit as well,
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    because that's generally
    the toughest one for most people,
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    so, you don't want to leave it out altogether.
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    Well, I'll leave you to it.
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    All you have to do now is add your practice.
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    Just please don't forget,
    if there's any that you find really difficult,
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    if you're still struggling
    with the A major type barre chord,
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    you might want to chuck some more of those in there,
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    if there's some from the list that I've given you
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    that you'd find easier,
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    so that's the big trick here.
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    Please, don't forget,
    practice the hard stuff.
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    It'll make you better.
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    Take care.
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    I'll see you for another lesson real soon.
    Bye-bye.
Titel:
One Minute Changes (Guitar Lesson IM-142) How to play IF Stage 4
Beschreibung:

Justin's Completely Free, Intermediate Guitar Course Lesson IM-121.
Stage 4, Lesson 2.

In the guitar lesson we look at ways of changing between different barre chord grips, tricky but fun!

Find the related course notes on the following link:
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This is part of Justin's Intermediate Guitar Method, Foundation. A series of lessons available free online!

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Taught by Justin Sandercoe.

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Video Language:
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Projekt:
Intermediate Method (IM)
Duration:
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