Tips on How to Improve Your Barre Chords | TB039

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Published on 05 February 2016
Swing Rhythm for Piedmont Blues lesson39"> lesson39 Barre chords sound great when they're played correctly. What's unfortunate is that playing them correctly isn't super easy. And since they're difficult us guitar players like to find ways to cheat and just get by without actually learning how to nail a proper barre chord (bar chord) sound. This was me. I was playing guitar for years, probably a decade or more, before I decided to take a hard look at how my barre chords really sounded. When I did, I wasn't happy. I could hop into position pretty easily, but I couldn't quite get all of the notes to sound clearly. And when I talk about correctly playing a barre chord, that's really what I mean: When you play a barre chord each note in the chord should be played so the note sounds clearly. In my playing there was usually that note on the first or second string that just didn't get the attention it deserved. In this video, I'll show you a couple of quick tips that helped me get a better sound from my barre chords. Also, be sure to stop by and pick up the TAB for this lesson to get a couple of exercises that will help you point out your weak areas....and of course help you break through them. lesson39"> lesson39 Have fun and keep picking! Here's the link for the TAB again for you: lesson39"> lesson39 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Subscribe to this Channel Make Sure You Get Every One of the Tuesday Blues Lessons ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Blues Guitar Institute: Facebook: ================================================ Join Blues Guitar Institute to Get Each Lesson TAB tips38 ================================================

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