#1
For an alternative rock band, is it more appropriate to use power chords, regular chords, or barre chords?
#2
depends on the song
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#9
whatever the hell you feel like


Yeh. Why would you want to limit yourself to just one type of chord.
#10
Whatever fits the song.

For example back when I was in an alt rock band, we had a song that actually that had a chord "change" which was just going from the standard chord (a D) to the power chord...because it fit the structure and feel of the song.

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