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This time as you are counting 2, 3, and 4 slide back up two frets to the A major barre chord. When your count gets to 1 again, play the A major. Next try going up two frets to the B major barre chord.
The next step is to try changing to more distance fret amounts. In the video lesson I show examples of and suggest doing the follow changes:
You can and should continue this process as much as you need to in order to become proficient at barre chord changes.
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