Ideally, someone who starts out with these three chords, in these positions, picks for each of the two voice possibilities either both together or one after another either way, then goes on to three voice possibilities, all three at same time, two together and one after, the three after each other, practising rhytmically every order there is, and so on for the four string possibilities, will acquire a fluency.
- The Three Chords:
- Study plan:
- C and G7, two string possibilities:
- add Dm;
- C and G7, three string possibilities:
- add Dm;
- ajust by mixing four string possibilities into the play
- G7, then
- Dm and at last
- C, so you have the possibility to use four string possibilities all along
- without neglecting three string and two string.
- practise each possibility by itself until you master it
Now, I am not a musician, just a theorist of music. You do the practise, you get the skill.
St Norbert de Xanthen