#1
I know some want to know the list of power chords and asking it well your in luck cause i got the list here


E and A root power chords

E F F# G G# A A# B C C# D D# E F F# G G# A A# B C C# D D# E

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|-----|------|-------|-----|------|------|-----|-------|-----|------|------|-----|------|-------|-------|-------|--------|-------|-------|--------|-------|-----|-------|--------|-------|
|-----|------|-------|-----|------|--2--|--3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--7--|--8--|--9--|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16--|--17--|-18--|--19--|--20--|--21--|
|-2--|---3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--2--|--3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--7--|--8--|--9--|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16--|--17--|-18--|--19--|--20--|--21--|
|-2--|---3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--0--|--1--|--2---|--3--|--4--|--5--|--6--|--7--|--8----|--9---|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16-|--17--|--18--|--19--|
|-0--|---1--|--2---|--3--|--4--|-----|------|-------|-----|------|------|-----|------|-------|-------|-------|-------|-------|--------|-------|-------|------|--------|-------|-------|


E Root power chords


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|-----|------|-------|-----|------|------|-------|----|-------|-------|--------|-------|-------|-------|-------|-------|--------|-------|-------|-------|
|-2--|---3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--7---|-8--|--9--|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16--|--17--|--18--|--19--|--20--|--21--|
|-2--|---3--|--4---|--5--|--6--|--7---|-8--|--9--|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16--|--17--|--18--|--19--|--20--|--21--|
|-0--|---1--|--2---|--3--|--4--|--5--|--6--|--7--|--8----|--9---|--10--|--11--|--12--|--13--|--14--|--15--|--16--|--17--|--18--|--19--|



Hope this helps
Last edited by Gibson_SG244 at Sep 15, 2008,
#3
For christ's sake.

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#4
Even with tags, it's not even. Write this up in notepad, [i]then[/i] post it.
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#5
You probably should say E and A root powerchords. You should say A and E string power chords.


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#6
... and its generally wrong. an E root note power chord is one which lowest note is E, not any power chord where the lowest note is on the E string.
#7
whats the purpose of a list of powerchords anyway?
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#8
if anyone can make sense of that 'diagram' i'll personally congratulate them
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whats the purpose of a list of powerchords anyway?


+1

What's the point ? I mean ..
#11
this is basic stuff i mean, all u need to know is one finger shape and just move it up and down the neck....just learn the full out bar chords, it will help u in the long run
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#12
I, for one, feel extremely lucky to find something like this.

Thank you, TS. Me and the other guys in my Jonas Brothers cover band really needed it!
#14
It's easy to make sense of...but kinda useless. I mean like who needs a power chord diagram, just learn the notes on the fret board and add the perfect fifth above it and there's your power chord..
#15
If you cant make sense of that diagram...you're either a n00b, an idiot, or you're just trying to be funny....and its failing
#17
This is pretty pointless, it would be more helpful to include the slightly less used power chords on the top 3 strings as well.
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#18
Oh man this is awesome I was looking all over the internet for this I really needed to know how to play these. now my playing is really gonna open up and i'll be able to learn all the best music that was ever written.

thank you very much Gibson_SG244 for making such a complicated thing seem so simple.

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I, for one, feel extremely lucky to find something like this.

Thank you, TS. Me and the other guys in my Jonas Brothers cover band really needed it!



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