Does anybody have any advice on how to quickly perform power chords on electric guitar?

Question by Jerod: Does anybody have any advice on how to quickly perform power chords on electric guitar?
Like switch from an E to Dm with very little to no pause between? Like how can I train my fingers to do so quickly?

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Answer by music ♥
It takes patience and practice. The best tip I could give you is to learn all of your scales and chords and just practice. Pretty soon changing chords gets easier. Good luck =)

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My first full detail model railroad layout, friendly advice?

Question by William Happel: My first full detail model railroad layout, friendly advice?
Im only 14 so I dont have much space outside my room, Ive decided on a 3*6.5 tray, so tht i may be able to put it under my bed and i want to do dcc, how would i set up the curcuits?

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Answer by Jono
Put each line on a different circuit. Like a siding, or extra line. Just so it’s easier to run 2 trains at once.

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Can anyone give me advice for an O gauge, scale layout model railroading?

Question by Brandon L: Can anyone give me advice for an O gauge, scale layout model railroading?
Okay I have a rather small layout 6′ by 5’2 ” indoor layout, double tracked. 2 mth sets, and 1 lionel hobo set. What should I get next? Should I jump into the scenery or locomotives, track, accessories (etc)? Please help me! thanks

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Answer by rcguy52
Before your layout becomes a pot of rail noodles, take the time to figure out what you are going to do for scenery. Is it going to be a desert, a mountain, a city? Deciding on that can help you plan ahead for what buildings to purchase/if you are going to make the layout any larger with track. One popular trick is to block off about 3/4 of the layout on one side with a piece of wood about 1-3′ high, and put different scenery on both sides, this makes it easier to have a town on one side, and a desert or mountain on the other. Hope this helps you some, also if you have a tunnel, make shure that you can get easy access to a train if it derails/a car comes off the train. Hope this helps you somewhat in your model layout, they are extremely fun to have. My parting tip is this, make it your own and take your time 🙂

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