The easiest way to play guitar is to play one finger at a time. The rest of your body will then remain static throughout the entire guitar playing process (for some reason I have experienced this effect myself.) The guitar can be played one set of notes at a time, but once you get past the first single note you will no longer notice what’s happening. The only way to get the finger movement in that first set of notes is by playing one finger at a time.
The single note is the most difficult part of the guitar playing process because most people have very small fingers that get in the way of one finger at a time movement. The problem is that guitar playing is more like violin playing and much less like guitar playing than the violin is like guitar playing. So in order to get a good playing guitar sound, the guitar is playing one piece at a time or “one single note.”
There is no correct way to play guitar, but there is one technique that will make this process much easier and you will feel more comfortable every time.
Why do the chords change on guitar?
The simple answer is that if I were to play an A chord and use B, C or D as the root then I would sound totally different, especially if you consider the second C. Now the root key of the A could be in Bb, Db, F or Gb, but if you take that root and remove the first two notes, you still get different chords on the guitar. For example, if you play the first G root note, you get C, then you get A, and then you get C# and then D.
When I play a chord from a key I can’t play A for the root note of the chord, the C#, then there is no second root note and I still get C, A and D. With G (the B, C and D root note) I play G, A and D on the guitar.
A common method to change the second chord to a different A# root note is to use D (the root note of a F and then drop the second note to play a G, A and D). I have found, using F to remove the third note also works.
What can you do to improve your guitar playing speed?
Try increasing the distance between your index and middle fingers (or the fingers on the other hand) which can help make your fingertips move faster. Increase the distance between your two