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Open Chord Drills C-G
This open chord drill is a little more difficult than the first two. Begin this exercise by strumming an C chord and letting it ring for a whole note. Switch to an G chord and let that ring for a whole note.
The exercise continues by moving back to the C chord for a half note, and then the G chord for a half note. The last measure of this exercise is one quarter note on each chord back and fourth.
Because these two chords have no common fingers try at first to build the chords from the lowest note to the highest note to help you get there faster. As you get better you can slowly turn that into one movement as you switch from chord to chord.
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