Basic Power Chord Part I
First Power Chords
Since you have already covered two basic forms of the bar chord on Day 30 and Day 32, you will repeat the process today under the banner of Power Chords.
Power chords and bar chords can be one and the same when it comes to the guitar. In fact, most power chords involve some form of a barred sequence of strings, so just be aware that even though you are seeing some of the same chords, you want to be aware of how they apply to both categories.
Hence the chords themselves will be little more than review, but they are your most basic and most important power chords.
These two chords are both classified as power chords. You will use to same approach and same practice regiment, so brush up on these to prepare for the next couple days where we will be tackling some power chords you might not be as familiar with.
1. What do the numbers on a chord chart indicate?
2. What is the fret span for the notes in both chords given in this lesson?
3. If you have two notes with two frets in between them, what would be their fret span?
4. If you have two notes with a fret span of three, which two fingers should you use to play them?
Day 51. G Chord Variations
Day 52. C Chord Variations
Day 53. D Chord Variations
Day 54. Dorian Scale Part I
Day 55. Dorian Scale Part II