[Series] Guitar for Beginners > Lesson 14: How to Transition Through Am, Dm, and Em Guitar Chords
In a previous chord lesson we looked at the countdown method, where you make the chord, strum it, and then give yourself some time to make the next chord.
In today’s lesson, we’re going to do a similar thing but with a little bit more intensity. Instead of strumming using a full whole note – or a four-count – we’re going to use a half note – or a two-count – for each chord.
This means we’re still going to use a full measure, but we’re going to strum the chord twice. And the chords we’re going to use for this are A, D and E minor.
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