#2
i think rockabilly mainly consists of, basic chords i think its just technique as far as rockabilly goes.
#6
Power Chords

The progression C5 - F5 - G5 is amazing and perfect for any song!
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#8
Well this happened.
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#9
E---4
B---4
G---0
D---0
A---3
E---4

That chord is pretty good for, hell, just about anything!
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#10
Quote by chadreed32
E---4
B---4
G---0
D---0
A---3
E---4

That chord is pretty good for, hell, just about anything!

Is that supposed to be a G Chord? All the fretted notes are a half step up.
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#11
Quote by Dr Sixstring
Is that supposed to be a G Chord? All the fretted notes are a half step up.


Thats the point. It sounds like ass. It was a joke, because there are no "best chords".
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