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Asked by matt on 2000-08-04
can u show me some power chord positions
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Answer posted by Freekbot on 2000-08-25
7 7 5

Answer posted by Unknown on 2000-09-23
Okay, let's see... Put your first finger on a note (the one you prefer...) Let's say G (the 3rd. position on the sixth string) The put your middle finger in the 5th string in the 5th position (it's a D). And put your ring finger in the 4th. string in the fifth position (It's a G again). So, you've got the power chord of G. If you want more, slide your hand across the neck of your guitar keeping the distance between your fingers. Take note of which note you've got on your first finger, and that's the power chord you're playing. Btw: Be careful when you place any finger on the 3rd string!!! (I suppose you know why :))

Answer posted by chacha on 2001-05-29
No, now get the hell out of here.

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