Added by on April 17, 2015

Every guitar player struggles with chord changes early on. It’s the only thing keeping your playing sounding like the REAL thing, right? This video identifies the most common habits that are…

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  • Akhil Satish 2 years ago

    carry on wid ur videos …………thumps up from ma side

  • NATHANIEL Nelson 2 years ago

    Nice video you make learning easy thanks.

  • Joshua Berner 2 years ago

    thank you i found that really helpful. you give so many nice little tips
    that helped me a lot :) 

  • S Cwb 2 years ago

    very useful….thanks

  • Kylie D 2 years ago

    I just have to say this was hands down the best tutorial I have watched to
    date… ive always been a music lover but no musical talents, so when I was
    given an electric guitar I thought I better make use of it

  • John Glynn 2 years ago

    Thanks a lot for your video, this has been the best video ive seen so far
    and very easy to follow and at a nice slow pace! I learnt a few chors a
    long time ago when i was a child but they always stuck in my head, now 27
    years later ive decided to buy myself an electro acoustic and ive had ot
    now for a few days.

  • subedi gobinda prasad 2 years ago

    Great!!! I found it as mildstone to play guitar

  • Ronald Light 2 years ago

    You never got to that alternate G voicing. BtW many of your chord
    fingerings are different than in my fretting chart. Confusing to have
    different “authoritative” directives. 

  • wildog348 2 years ago

    very helpful, thank you!

  • Bhanu Kotagiri 2 years ago

    Hi Jonathan !! I am from India. I like your way of teaching………..many
    people say many things about your teaching……I can say u r simply
    superb. I felt like i am listen to my brother rather to my teacher.

  • colette magnus 2 years ago

    Thank you Jonathan this exercise has been so helpful

  • ujjwal karki 2 years ago

    Hi Kehew!! Can you please also upload the strumming pattern for the song ”
    La bamba”. I cannot find any useful lessons that matches the real tune.

  • Gautam Jain 2 years ago

    this was so so awesome !! :)
    watching tutorials on you tube and finding out how to play chords
    i must say you did the greatest job out of all those
    loved your video
    found it really helpful than other creepy stuff on you tube :) :)
    Thanks for the video :) 

  • 陶然 2 years ago

    Thank you for the video. The tips are really helpful! Looking forward to
    more videos.

  • Fortunate Anane 2 years ago

    I love that there is as much explaining as there is playing.Usually in
    other tutorials,there is a lot of playing and less explaining.Great
    video!!!!Just stumbled on it and am really hoping there are more.

  • Ali Wazzan 2 years ago

    theres so way i can do your g chord my fingers cant handle it lol

  • s-viv 2 years ago

    Hey Jonathan, great video. I just picked up the guitar a few weeks ago, and
    I think this is a great way to practice. I do this for a few minutes in the
    morning before I leave for work and it is great practice for a beginner and
    I find it really helpful.
    I think you did a great job here.

  • Tony J 2 years ago

    If you push your wrist out after a while you will get a very sore wrist by
    putting your thumb onto the top of the neck straightens you wrist but also
    allows you to apply the pressure on the strings while still being relaxed
    love your lessons after many years of enjoying the guitar you have better
    explained the fundamentals to me than anyone else many thanks

  • neera maha 2 years ago

    It is really a great teaching …you are looking at problems from the
    students angle. I am at the very beginner level. I was terribly practicing
    my fingers for the last 3 days.. mmh.. no improvement . tried sitting on
    different seats…mmhm .. nothing worked out… with lots of frustration
    turned on my pc and accidently found yours and I am so happy and thank
    you very much. with a boost going to grasp my guitar to practice the way
    you taught. Not only your teaching also the way you encourage students is
    remarkable… by the way my fingers are pretty small. I am wondering which
    one is the better guitar for me a Yamaha 500iii or EL 00 -PRO?


  • shiloh Lively 2 years ago

    Love this video! Helped my playing alot, thanks for the tips!!

  • Noor Khalid 2 years ago

    Thank you SO much Mr Jonathan that was extremely helpful :)
    Great video and an awesome teacher, your students are lucky

  • Erik Flesher 2 years ago

    Thanks for the great video and the time you put into making it. This was
    very helpful.

  • krishanth c 2 years ago

    its awesome , actually i was looking long time for this kind of video,
    thank you very much

  • Arroyo Feliciano 2 years ago

    Tremendous teacher

  • Herpa Herpy 2 years ago

    Thanks for this guide! i had my first guitar a few weeks ago and this help
    me out aot

  • anthony pelz 2 years ago

    Your a very good teacher! you showed more than you think !! Thank you! 

  • billyhigh 2 years ago

    Brilliant video. Thanks for your help!

  • aggirlgrace 2 years ago

    OK so i decided to help some of u out so if you rewatch u can skip some
    watch other I’ll post another comments with his other point but this is
    when pt 1 starts and end and also pt two starts

    6:06 -946Pt 1 finger control
    9:47- pt2 memorize cords