Question by  DylanF (93)

What is a guitar power chord?


Answer by  spaffman10000 (469)

A power chord as played on guitar is usually a tri-tone chord made up from a root note, a fifth and an octave.


Answer by  Feasel (1766)

Its going to be one of the main chords that you're going to hear in most mainstream music. It's commonly on of the things most players focus on to help them write music. Its basically a way to create harmonies between two notes being played and it sounds best when used in Rock.


Answer by  zacanger (434)

A power chord is a simple chord structure made of a first and fifth. For example, E and B, A and E, G and D.


Answer by  Leslie90 (66)

Power chords are the one and five chords, some other chords when played one octave higher. Power chords can be played on the 3 bottom strings of the guitar. They are usually easy to play.

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