#1
I know this is a stupid question but can anyone tell me the power chord version of the chords Am, D, G, Em, and E? Thx
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#2
remove the 3rd, that's all you need to do - or in dumbed-down terms just play the bottom 2 or 3 notes of the chord.
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#3
lol dumbed-down is perfect thx
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#4
Can you do minor power chords? I didn't think you could because moving the third down is what makes a minor and power chords have no third. But I am just a noob so there may be a way I don't know about.
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#5
There's no minor power chord,since they don't have the third,which determines if the chord is major or minor.
#6
Power chords are always perfect IE: 1-5 1-5-8. . . no other steps within them. . . even if you do a root five powerchord your lowest tone will be an octave lower than the fifth but it creates a perfect 4th with your tonal center of that power chord.
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