U can watch the video but i also explain what I’m looking for below
To form the 4 finger g chord for the chop I use different parts of my finger pads than forming most traditional chords. This is due to my hand/finger size, mechanics, and whatever. So when I make the chord, my hand almost does an inward curling claw motion, this is how I achieve proper pressure on each individual note and leaving enough room above each string so that I’m not muting any string with other parts of my hand or fingers.
Anyway, this is not about making the g chord, I do that just fine, FINALLY (For all the newbies still in the struggle, it’ll happen just keep at it).
This is about switching to other chop chords and back to G. Since my claw type grip on the G involves me "scooping/sweeping into the chord to help anchor those fingers, it makes transitioning delayed. Hard to explain but watch the video and any advice on different ways u practice your transitioning would be great. Thanks you!!