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Easy Power Chords chords

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Power Chords

To you folks who are afraid of barre chords, I am assuming you mostly play a flat top. 
My advice is to get a set of Ernie Ball Super Slinky Pinks. If you have access to an 
electric, all the better. Now play your power chords like this:

F: 1 3 3 2 x x, no barre, just press the "E" bass string with your first finger. This is 
as easy as playing an E chord, believe me! The minor chords require a demi-barre, but 
still really easy. Your aching left hand will thank you.

Fm: 1 3 3 1 x x,

F#, Gb: 2 4 4 3 x x

F#m, Gbm: 2 4 4 2 x x

G: 3 5 5 4 x x

Gm: 3 5 5 3 x x

G#, Ab: 4 6 6 5 x x

G#m, Abm: 4 6 6 4 x x

A: 5 7 7 6 x x

Am: 5 7 7 5 x x

A#, Bb: 6 8 8 7 x x

A#m, Bbm: 6 8 8 6 x x

B: 7 9 9 8 x x

Bm: 7 9 9 7 x x

C: 8 10 10 9 x x

Cm: 8 10 10 8 x x

C#, Db: 9 11 11 10 x x

C#m, Dbm: 9 11 11 9 x x

D: 10 12 12 11 x x

Dm: 10 12 12 10 x x

D#, Eb: 11 13 13 12 x x

D#m, Ebm: 11 13 13 11 x x

E: 12 14 14 11 x x

Em: 12 14 14 12 x x

And rock it!

            
            
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