Or, you could just try playing the G#7.....
I know, I've already been called that.....
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I usually play 5646 for an Ab7.
That's exactly how I learned it couple of months ago. The key is to train your pinky!
One little exercise I try to do every day is to play the easy C-F-G7-C-G7-C progression with your middle,ring and pinky. Do not use your index finger.
The more you work out your pinky, the more advanced stuff your fingers will be able to play!
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It doesn't sound like you're having trouble playing the chord, but fitting it in with the progression. The solution to your frustration is in your question. You must practice.
Practicing is not the same as playing. Put in the time playing the passage very slowly, and never speed up. After some weeks or months, you will wonder what the problem was.
It all falls apart when our patience fails us. We get close and decide we can go at performance tempo after a few minutes. Doesn't work that way.
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