#1
Ok, so a power chord's made up of a root note, a 5th, and an octave right? So would this be a power chord?

e|--0--|
B|--0--|
G|------|
D|--2--|
A|------|
E|------|

I got to looking at it and it looks like an E power chord, but I want to know if it really is or not.
#4
a power chord or a 5 chord is just a root and 5th and yes thats is an E5
#7
Technically the octave is the same as the root.

The only mandatory notes in a power chord are the root and the fifth. You can have a million fifths and only one root and it would still be a power chord.
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#8
Like every one said, yes it is, but how did you come to those frets in particular? I'm curious.
#10
Alright, thanks everybody just wondering.

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Like every one said, yes it is, but how did you come to those frets in particular? I'm curious.

I was working on a song, and I accidentally muted the G string (somehow...) while playing an Em chord, and I thought it sounded kinda nice I guess. Then I got to looking at it an noticed it made a 2nd power chord shape
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#11
technically yes.. but that'd be awkward.
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#13
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Like every one said, yes it is, but how did you come to those frets in particular? I'm curious.

That specific inversion is the first chord in I Can See For Miles by The Who.
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#14
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That specific inversion is the first chord in I Can See For Miles by The Who.
It is, in fact, not an inversion at all.
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