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25 thoughts on “Intermediate acoustic guitar lesson hammer on chord shapes create melody”

  1. hi i currently have a washburn wpj 5sb and i find it hard to hammer on. By
    that i mean the note i hammer on is not as audible as i’d like it to be. By
    the time i pull off i almost cant hear a thing. I am using the default
    strings, the daddario exp phosphor or something. Can someone recommend me
    some strings that allow for better hammer ons and pull offs? or is my
    guitar just not good?

  2. Hey, thank you for putting up this video, finally i starting to make some
    way with Hammerons and barchords at the same time !

  3. Thanks you’re an amazing guru..I learn a lot from your vedio, please post
    more spicey rhythm practices

  4. RatifyMyThoughts

    Whenever I try hammering on on my acoustic the sound doesn’t seem as loud
    as it could be, am i doing something wrong? I am pressing the hammer on
    pretty hard.

  5. Is the high e supposed to be ringing out on the e11,e major and the e sus
    4? I dont understand how that is supposed to happen.

  6. Hey Dave, since this is about sharing I thought I’d share something that
    helped me. I normally play the A chord with one finger barred, I’ve seen
    lots of other people do the same. That being said, it won’t work with your
    progression, so…. because of large fingers the index, middle, ring finger
    is just complicated to play clean. But I found if I use middle, ring,
    pinky, it’s much easier, it’s a bit different than I’ve seen anyone else
    use, thought I’d share. Rock On

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