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Asked by Darrell Baggs on 2000-06-21
I am teaching a friend how to play guitar. She knows a few basic chords but doesn't know how to strum or change chords fast enough. Do you have any suggestions because I find it really difficult to explain. Thank you. Darrell
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Answer posted by TARiUS on 2000-06-21
Give him chords to songs (with very basic chords. C, D, Dm, A, Am etc.) and tell him to work on them. after a while he playes thoes chords his fingers will get stronger and he'll be able to change them faster. then when he got alittle better show him the strumming you do slowly. down, down, up, down, up, down. it will probrbly be hard for him at first but once he gets one basic pettern right he will be able to develope alot faster. i've also been teaching a friend and thoes are the methoods i found most usefull. basic and don't expect newbies to be able to play things quickly. also it all depends on them. practice = getting better. Moo!@ :P Laterz D00d

Answer posted by the muffin man on 2000-12-29
tell him to play the drums

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-06-10
use this strumming pattern with the chords: Am, C, D, F, Am, C, E, E strumming pattern is d|du|udu

Answer posted by aaron on 2001-06-10
use this strumming pattern with the chords: Am, C, D, F, Am, C, E, E strumming pattern is d|du|udu

Answer posted by Spermo on 2001-09-26
Use this strum pattern DUDU DUH DUH DUMB DUMB DOO DOO DUH

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