I have absolutely no problems with barre chords, they're easy in my opinion. The only time I ever had trouble was a barre F chord on a cheap steel string guitar for my first and only guitar lesson I ever had at a local guitar store. I remember back then I was sort of a lazy kid and hadn't practiced the chord in a short fingerstyle piece that the teacher had given me the prior week.
He sort of chastised me for not being able to "play even a simple barre F chord" and that he "really didn't enjoy teaching me cause I didn't put any effort into anything" and also basically told me that I sucked at guitar in other words, but that's beside the point. Well, it was because I was a beginner (yes a little lazy in those days) and also because my guitar was a piece of ****. Last lesson I ever had.
To this day, especially on a classical guitar, I haven't had any issues with barre chords. Like I said though, I did struggle with them in my formative first year or maybe more, but today 20+ years later, I don't even think of them anymore. The reason I struggled was mostly due to an inadequate guitar. I noticed right off how easy barre chords were when I bought my first $300 (at that time) solid spruce Yamaha guitar. Man what a nice guitar that was, I wished they had had it in a classical guitar!
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