#2
well it's an A sharp or a B flat. whatever you want to call it

but usually when you play an A sharp like that, you bar the E and B strings on the sixth fret. but i guess this is kinda like a power chordish version

EDIT:

now that i think about it, those first two chords are practically the same. except the second chord is more like an A sharp 2

and then the last two chords are C5 then G5
Last edited by ozzybob at Aug 9, 2007,
#3
Bb-inverted Bb5-C5-G5
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