Make Your Guitar Playing More Efficient

By July 2, 2014Guitar

I’m really excited to announce the launch of my new mini ebook for guitar, How to Switch Between Chords Faster: Six easy lessons for mastering open chord transitions.

Do you feel like getting from one chord to the next is a struggle? Are you working too hard? 

Do you ever feel like your fretboard hand is clumsy and can’t quite find where it is supposed to go?

I’ve had dozens of students with this issue, and this ebook consists of the lessons used to fix this problem. Implement these simple steps to make your guitar playing more efficient and more natural. This will change the way you think about moving between chords, providing for more fluid transitions. 

When you don’t have to think about where your fingers are going, you can focus on so many other important things, such as your strumming patterns, your vocal delivery, and how people are responding to your music.

This eBook includes:

6 lessons which go over practice strategies for making your playing more efficient in the 5 open guitar keys

Diagrams and pictures to explain core concepts

Exercises for practicing new methods of playing and transitioning between open chords

Free updates whenever a new edition of this ebook is published

NEW: This ebook now comes with a bonus songbook of specially selected songs, from a variety of eras and genres, that are perfect for practicing the techniques taught in these lessons. 

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I guarantee 100% satisfaction with my products. If for any reason you aren’t satisfied, let me know within 30 days and you will get a full refund.

Is there something you would like to learn? Tell me about it! Feedback is always welcome!

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  • Roia says:

    Thank you, Matt, for posting this! I have long been a proponent of what I tend to call Economy of Movement when we play guitar, and it’s something I spent a lot of time drilling into my students’ heads. Really glad to hear you’re providing this excellent resource!

    • Matt Logan says:

      Thanks for the comment, Roia! Yes, economy of movement makes such a difference and opens up many musical doors in our playing!

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