#1
To start piecing songs and strumming together?

I know E, A, D, C, G, their minor equivalents, barres in A and E, power chords and Cadd9.

So much stuff, how do I start acquiring? :S:S
#3
learn chord construction, it'll help you be able to figure out how to play chords just by the name and you will rely on chord charts a lot less
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#4
Learn the rules that govern how to create chords and their naming, where the notes come from etc as opposed to trying memorise every last chord and where you would play it.

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#5
So you are missing F B and all the 7ths. Then there's all the sharps and flats. That should keep you happy for a while.
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#6
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So you are missing F B and all the 7ths. Then there's all the sharps and flats. That should keep you happy for a while.


Ah sorry, I play F and B as barres, should I not?

ok say I know a major is a root a third and a fifth.

What do I do? just take a root, then a third from it, then a fifth and play them together?