Beginners Corner • 5m 19s
You’re going to learn one of my favorite types of chords now — the power chord! There are many reasons I love power chords, and I’ve listed a couple key reasons below. Aside from power chords sounding sweet, they are easy to play because once you memorize the shape of a power chord, you can move it around the guitar neck and play a power chord anywhere you want to. Typically, power chords are played on the bottom E and A strings, as well as the A and D strings. The shape in the TAB image to the right is an example of a G power chord, because the bottom note is a G. You can take this shape and move it around to play different power chords. Try it!
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