#1
So i made a quick little rhythm pattern (shown below) but when i get to the power chords with the 5th string as the root it does not get a nice "higher" sound, and i have the low eq setting all the way down, if i even bump the low e when playing these chords it sounds awful and you cant cant even tell i changed chords.
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G#-----11|11|11|11--9999--7777----------333-555-777777---------------------------------------
D#------9- 9-- 9--9---7777--9999----------------------------------------------------------------------

sorry about the first 4 chords wanted to make sure people knew it was 11.
Again, the first 3 sets of chords sound awesome but when i play the next 3 sets you cant even tell that they are chords.
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#2
Quote by Cloudkicker
So i made a quick little rhythm pattern (shown below) but when i get to the power chords with the 5th string as the root it does not get a nice "higher" sound, and i have the low eq setting all the way down, if i even bump the low e when playing these chords it sounds awful and you cant cant even tell i changed chords.
d#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
F#------------------------------------------------555-777-999999--------------------------------------
C#-----11|11|11|11--9999--7777----------555-777-999999---------------------------------------
G#-----11|11|11|11--9999--7777----------333-555-777777---------------------------------------
D#------9- 9-- 9--9---7777--9999----------------------------------------------------------------------

sorry about the first 4 chords wanted to make sure people knew it was 11.
Again, the first 3 sets of chords sound awesome but when i play the next 3 sets you cant even tell that they are chords.


The question is what is "Normal"?
#3
Maybe you're hitting the low E string while playing those chords? Set your EQ back to normal and try to mute the E string with either your left hand (by having one of your fingers touch the string while playing the powerchord) or right hand (palm mute)
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#4
Well...
it has come to my attention that I far too tired to answer this question.
Good Day.
On playing the Paul Gilbert signature at the guitar store extensively, my missus sighed:
"Put it down now, It's like you love that guitar more than me!"
In Which I replied.
"Well it has got two F-Holes!"
#5
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this, wait. what is the question here?