Every guitarist remembers the challenges of learning how to play guitar bar chords and to be honest, I STILL prefer NOT to use them if I have a choice! But playing Bar Chords on guitar is an essential skill and it opens up the whole world of possibilities on the fretboard. You must, however, develop this essential skill.
That’s right. I said develop. Barring notes is a skill that doesn’t happen overnight, unless perhaps you are an exceptionally talented person with your hands. Most of us though, need to spend time to develop these skills.
Get a FREE Course to Develop Your Bar Chord Skills
The good news is that now you can get a totally FREE course on HOW TO PLAY GUITAR BAR CHORDS. If you want to learn, or improve, your bar chords then follow a plan that will guide you to build these skills.
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Below is a link to the preview of this course posted on YouTube. Check it out.
Finally, Udemy approved the course and it’s LIVE here. But WAIT! I really put my heart into making the course and can almost guarantee that it will help you if you put in the time.
Please follow the exercises, put in that time and see the benefits. If you like the course, kindly add you’re rating on Udemy. Also follow this link and consider taking some of my other courses. Good luck to you!
Other Interesting Chord Stuff
If you are already moving forward in developing your bar chord skills see another interesting post on this site. Go here for Guitar Bar Chord Charts. There you can watch an interesting video and download chord charts for the video too.
Do you need printable pdf files for guitar chord sheets? Get them here. On that page you’ll also see a handy sized page-numbered book that you can use to keep all of your chord notes.