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Power chord it's okay it sounds just fine
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chord just after it sounds waay too high so I can't play songs with power chords starting on the A string.


My guitar is well tuned. I'm using a fender squier strat with a frontman 15g

I tried messing around with the settings but I dont really know how it works so I only made it worst lol

any help? =/

sorry about lame english
#2
Take a few lessons from someone who can teach you how to use a guitar and amp.
#3
does it sound too high from all the frets when you change the chord? or only at that one?
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#4
if one chord doesn't sound good, and another does, i highly doubt anythings gonna be wrong with your amp or guitar settings. if you've already tuned it, it might be your intonation, which is the overall string length on the guitar. that can be adjusted at the bridge. however, i dont think it would make the chord sound that bad if its that low on the neck, so if you have a whammy bar on your strat, always make sure to do a dive bomb after bends, cause everytime you do bend, seeing as it's a squier, it'll go out of tune. if that doesnt fix it, then theres something wrong with how the guitar is built, or its just out of tune to begin with

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#5
Are you pressing the strings too hard to form the power chord? Try and relax your chord hand a bit and see if that makes it sound better.

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Mark