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Learn and Master Guitar: Instant Chord Improvement with Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If you want to play chords and successfully transition to hammer ons and pulls offs while you’re playing chords, you should check this out….

In the video above you’ll see an example of how you can play a D chord, then hammer on from the open E to the F# (F sharp) with your second finger.

You should control the rhythm of how you play the hammer-ons to really complete your sound.  Try practicing  around the fret board playing different hammer-ons and pull-offs in different keys (for example A, G, and E chords as you’ll also see in the video) and speeds, but remember you should make sure your playing is controlled before you work on increasing speed, regardless if you are playing hammer ons, pulls offs, chords or scales…

Take time to practice at your own speed, and keep at it to add some depth to your guitar playing.

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