#1
how on earth can anyone play these chords?

e - --
B -0--3
G -9--12
D -2--5
A -2--5
D -2--5


wtf..
#2
You could use a capo for each, but if they are in the same song then I have no idea.
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i can
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#5
like drawn said its supposed to be:

e|0--3-----
B|0--3-----
G|X--X-----
D|2--5-----
A|2--5-----
E|2--5-----

fairly simple, not sure though if those X parts are actually muted or something else though
#6
well actually had a think about it and remember a strange technique guthrie govan used to use to give more flavour to chords

in the first chord you would fret the three 2s with your left hand and using your middle finger of your picking hand you would fret the 9th fret and then strum the chord with your free plec finger,
that is another way of playing those chords