#2
Are you asking for tone, or what chords, scales, ect, they use?
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#4
You probably want a brit-crunch type of sound, so play with light distortion using the bridge pickup, preferably a humbucker. I don't know about EQ though, but I'm guessing they have high treble and low mids.
#6
Power chords, simple lines.
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#8
What the hell is power pop?
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#10
Use a lot of your E barre/power chords.
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