One of the major and most frustrating troubles when learning a new skill such as the Guitar is the time it take to play something that resembles music in a relatively short space of time. Having taught a quite a few students and understanding that to be able to make some good, guitaresque sounds is all that you need to get you over the first hurdle, I came up with this idea that I think makes for use of a naturally relaxed hand position. The technique also requires minimal movement that will give you a I, IV, V (Roman for 1, 4 and 5) sequence. This as it happens is the basis for most western style tunes. Anyway, the chords are based on C, F and G and I include a couple of for instances.
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