#1
D# = 1st fret on the d string and 3rd fret on the g string
A# = 1st fret on the a string and 3rd fret on the d string
G# = 4th fret on the E string and 6th fret on the a string
Gm = 3rd fret on the E string and 5th fret on the a string
Cm = 3rd fret on the a string and 5th fret on the d string
#2
Quote by hoopertrystan
D# = 1st fret on the d string and 3rd fret on the g string
A# = 1st fret on the a string and 3rd fret on the d string
G# = 4th fret on the E string and 6th fret on the a string
Gm = 3rd fret on the E string and 5th fret on the a string
Cm = 3rd fret on the a string and 5th fret on the d string

Yes, they are correct but Gm and Cm mean G and C minor chords. They should be G5 and C5 if you want them to be power chords.
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#3
thanks for that i need to praactise 4 a concert cos those are the the chords for titanium (without capo on 3rd fret)