#1
Hello, I apologize, if this is to allready be answered and I did not of know how to search for it of, and I believe this would of go in this section of forum, as of I have to of write them in a kind of tab form of. I see these of many, and I can not of find what the names of the chords they are of.


#1

E -
B -
G - 2
D - 2
A -
E -

#2

E -
B - 1
G - 2
D -
A -
E -

#3 This last one of, it can be moved in intervals of.. odd frets I think of

E -
B -
G -
D - 3
A - 1
E -

#4 the same of this one as well of

E -
B -
G -
D - 3
A - 3
E - 1

#5 I am not to be of sure if this is a chord, or of just a note mixed with just an open string or such.. I am still of slightly new of to guitar, but I see of these much

E - 1
B - 0
G -
D -
A -
E -

or

E -
B - 1
G - 0
D -
A -
E -

thank you for any help to be of on this
#2
well the first is an Asus2 (assuming you dont play the E in the bass).

the second, if you just play the top three notes, is an Am.

the third, assuming youre only playing those two notes, its just an A# power chord (A# 5).

the fourth, playing just the fretted notes, is an F power chord (F 5)

the fifth one isnt much of a chord, but you could say (i guess) that its a B (b5).. power chord? i dont know about that one.

the sixth is a C power chord (C 5), though it is an uncommon voicing on its own.