Most beginners feel the need to be brilliant as quickly as possible. At Guitar Access we say slow down and move at your own pace. And beginners will often interrupt the flow of a song or practice piece by ‘reconstructing’ a poorly made chord. So….it doesn’t matter if the chord is poorly made as long as it’s good enough to do the job. After all, the listeners at a gig rarely pick up on minor mistakes and very often the chord onely lasts for a very short space in time, maybe just one beat, and if it is going to last through a bar, for example, you’ve got time to micro adjust as you play through. Great players often make mistakes and laugh them off because they ‘don’t sweat the small stuff’! 

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