wtf... are you serious??? ok... these are all powerchords...
let's start with the first: you have four fingers which you use to play... looking on your handback: your little finger is finger number 4, next one 3, and so one, ok!! so now put finger number one on the 4th fret on the A string, finger number 3 on fret 6 on the D string and finger number 4 on the G string... push down hard to avoid other noises!!
the position/pattern of your fingers is always like that when you play powerchords... you can also use only finger number one and finger number 3 put thats the lazy version, it's ***... so don't do it... play it just like i've explained on top...
If you seriously have any questions now, you're the most stupid guitar player I've ever heard of...
This is wrong. You should never use force. It's simply enough to "place" your finger(s) on the fretboard. Using force causes unnecessary muscle tension, which will make your hands sore after playing, and if you use tension on your fingers you won't be able to play as fast and accurately as you can if your fingers and hands are completely relaxed.
Exception is barre chords, which require a bit of force on your index finger so you get all strings to play.
quote: the position/pattern of your fingers is always like that when you play powerchords...
Also wrong. If you play power chords on the D- or G-string, you'd play the following:
e |-8----| e |------| a |-8----| a |-8----| d |-5----| d |-7----| g |------| g |-5----| b |------| b |------| e |------| e |------|
Methusalem. Give the boy a break, i dont care how much you explain something, people always need help. You were a beginner. You cant explain everything to a person. Some stuff is just practice but this is a legitimate question.
Anyway. About your tablature:
If it is in standard or whatever tune (you need to get the tune for it to help us understand it). You note the 4th fret on your A string, you then form those to notes at the 6. So basically you are playing as it said A String (4th Fret), D and G (6th). It is a chord. So then you play that whatever amount of times it says in a row and then you take that pattern or whatever the next pattern is and move it up a string as it says on the tab. Meaning that you basically play the first chord then you transition into the next chord wherever it may be. Try the song "smells like teen spirit" this is amazing for what you are doing. Will help you alot.
Whats with this guy? Dude His new to power chords leave him alone! God.
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