The part that surprises me is the 3mm difference between the height of the 1st and 6th strings, a 1mm difference is typical. Something not quite right to cause that.
I took that to be 3mm between 1st & 12th frets on the 6th string. But yes, it does sound like belly may have sunk & effectively raised the bridge. No wonder he’s struggling to bar at the 7th!The part that surprises me is the 3mm difference between the height of the 1st and 6th strings, a 1mm difference is typical. Something not quite right to cause that.
Depends what you want to achieve & when. Logically if you're attempting 10 different things then it will take (at least) 10 times as long to master them all. So concentrating on fewer should bring faster results. But on the other hand mixing it up keeps it interesting, as keeping on at the same thing can become tedious. One thing to watch though is that you don't just jump to something else when things get tricky, which is tempting. Sometimes you just have to knuckle down & persevere.Maybe better to scale back and drop few things like fingerpicking?
As a major chord is made of just 3 notes (in the case of Gmaj, G, B and D) it doesn't matter much from a technical view how many of each you play. But the sound is different by omitting that low B. Instead of working round the issue perhaps you should figure why the B isn't clean and fix it.Problem after all these months I've having is on G maj Chord as can't get very clean B on 5th string. As B is open on 2nd, is it necessary on 5th A string?
thanks... it's just the clever selection of certain songs and easy arrangements from Youtube which sounds nice even playing at slowest speed.Well if you can finger pick the songs you've listed even half decently after nine months you've done well .
..also good to try and get into the habit of playing a G with little finger on high E..3 rd finger on low E..second finger on the A string...frees up your first finger to add little bits..plus you can go to C or G7 easily