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Mike Philippov

Mike Philippov is a professional musician, music instructor and composer. He writes articles about learning and practicing guitar that are published on websites around the world. On his website http://PracticeGuitarNow.com you can find many more guitar practice articles and advice about becoming a better guitar player.

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3 Comments

  1. Marc Brookes
    August 31st, 2012 @ 2:39 pm

    Good advice there. I use the same process when I have to work out hard chord changes as well. This is the same method I teach my students too.

  2. Suren
    February 12th, 2014 @ 9:49 am

    Hi Mike,
    At exactly 3.55 minutes your ring finger stumbled on the d string and you corrected yourself.
    That is exactly the problem I am having with the G chord and my ring finger on the b string.
    I need help with that.
    Thanks

  3. Alexander
    October 4th, 2015 @ 8:51 pm

    Hi, this really work. I tried it and it guide me in changing fingers appropriately, thanks.