#1
I was looking for some outside input to a question that I have. I'm trying to make the distinction in the song peace of mind by boston, whether the chords are full chords or just power chords. To me its kinda hard to tell and I don't really hear any 3rds in the chords. It just sounds like the root and 5th. What do you guys think?

Here's the video:

peace of mind

It's the chords at the beginning of the song and at the 4:05 mark. They are also used in the chorus.

Thanks for the input.
#3
Power chords......well it sounds like that to me atleast
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#5
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#7
Acoustic chords in the beginning are full chords, the electric ones sound like all fifths with the second to last chord having a third.
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#9
powerchords with a very midrange sound and almost no bass + a chorus with a low depth.

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#10
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powerchords with a very midrange sound and almost no bass + a chorus with a low depth.


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