#2
you mean like

12
x
10

?

use index for 10 and ring for 12, mute the middle string with your index also
Last edited by gnomieowns at May 27, 2008,
#3
You talking about an octave? For those I use index on the 10, ring on the 12, and mute the middle with my index as well.
#4
if you mean like this:

-----
-----
-12-
-----
-10-
-----

then what i always do is just mute the string between the two fretted strings with the tip of my ring finger, like this:

-----
-----
-12-
--x--
-10-
-----

basically it is not even a true chord just a note and its octave, aka the first and third notes of a power chord. so play it like a power chord only mute the string in the middle. thats it.
#5
Quote by gnomieowns
you mean like

12
x
10

?

use index for 10 and ring for 12, mute the middle string with your index also

yep, thats how i do it.
#8
like a powerchord except you leave out the 5th (so your ringfinger does nothing) and just mute the string in between with your index
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#9
Quote by 1e rocker
dam'n its a powerchord??


not really...its just an empty octave...its like a powerchord (the fingering) but it has no fifth
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