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Some Tips On Power Chords

Pedro Lima (2133) · [archive]
Style: Rock/Pop · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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You may use a similar reasoning on an ascending chromatic passage. The following progression:

A(5)
Bb(5)
B(5)


May then become:

A(5)
Bb(b5)
B(5)


Naturally, you may wish to anticipate the fifth of the last power chord, instead of holding the fifth of the first chord, on both descending and ascending situations. It's all a matter of context and personal taste, and I'll leave you to experiment.