#1
is there a different way to play the chord E from?

0
0
1
2
2
0

like a different barre chord or something?
#3
-7-
-9-
-9-
-9-
-7-
-0-

thats an octave higher of the same thing?

Power chords =
D-2-
A-2-
E-0-

G-9-
D-9-
A-7-
#5
0 -- 7 -- 12
0 -- 9 -- 12
1 -- 9 -- 13
2 -- 9 -- 14
2 -- 7 -- 14
0 -- 7 -- 12
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#6
As long as you are only playing the notes E A B (as long as they are all there) you are playing an E major chord...
#8
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That would work as well.
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#9
As joeythedrummer already said, anywhere on the fretboard you can position your fingers to play only E G# and B is going to be an E major chord. Heres a few:

-7-4-12-4-7-
-9-5-9--5-9-
-9-4-9--4-9-
-9-6-9--2-x-
-7-7-11-x-x-
-x-x-12-x-x-


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9
9
7
7


but it sounds higher


Thats actually an Esus2
Last edited by tom183 at Nov 3, 2007,