mijknahs wrote:Listen to what strumminsix and mkaufman have to say...
Firstly, learn the CAGED form forms for all your chords, then hear how the C & G forms sound diff than AED forms, then learn it's the order of the strummed notes.
Next learn in versions, then complimentary partial chords, then contrasting chords, then when to add a sus4, toss a diminished in and walk it 3 steps up and down then 3 more steps after that, and think like a piano person.
Um, play on the beat, just after the beat, then far after.
And a tap-tempo delay!
Use effects properly
Get that tone setup right where you are strong down to the low-mids and crystal clear upper range
Learn to play the electric like an acoustic then vice-versa then when to do it!
I can't help you any more than that. Since that's just where I am!