#1
As anyone played a diad power chord with a #5 instead of a perfect 5th? How do you think it sounds?
#2
Why not just play it and judge for yourself? What exactly are you asking?
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#7
Yes, and I think it sounds pretty awesome when you play the right chords on either side of it. It's very common.
#10
Quote by JakdOnCrack
Yes, in fact i have two songs where this plays an integral part in the song.
I use it a lot, too. It really is integral to a lot of guitar playing. It isn't just coincidence that the holes in a 335 have the shape they do.




Only a few people will get that.
#12
Quote by frigginjerk
the chord on it's own would sound a little wonky, but used in a proper context, it's a perfectly valid interval to play.


as is the case for any diminished or augmented chord,

quite frankly they sound pretty crappy on their lonesome but thrown into a chord progession, where its supposed to go and its brilliant
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