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Old 02-19-2019, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Howard Klepper View Post
You are practicing playing badly, and that is what your muscles are learning to do. Slow it down until you can play both cleanly and in rhythm.
Funny you say that. It occurred to me that I may be practicing badly. But I am only going back and forth between the 2 chords, trying to get the fingers to go down in the right place without thought. Sort of like muting the strings at the fretboard while practicing strum patterns, because the idea is to get the right hand to get the pattern into muscle memory first, and then to apply that pattern while changing chords.

I'll take your advice to:
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Slow it down until you can play both cleanly and in rhythm
when I start playing the whole song again. Thank you.
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