#1
is there any way of matching octaves to chords?
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#2
what do u mean praytell, if u mean are octaves chords? then no they are not, simply the same note up 12 steps
Originally posted by mydadisjewish
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#3
What do you mean by matching, you can play a power chord without the 5th if thats what you mean. you need to explain your question better
#4
I am confused, unfortunately, but if you rephrase the question I may be able to help
#5
Quote by oriolesazb
what do u mean praytell, if u mean are octaves chords? then no they are not, simply the same note up 12 steps


up 8 notes. thats why its called OCTAVE
#7
Quote by mullet0023
up 8 notes. thats why its called OCTAVE


No, he means up twelve half steps. There are 12 consecutive half steps before reaching an octave.