How to Play a G Power Chord (G5) on Guitar
This chord is a power chord, a type of chord often used in rock and heavy-metal, played on a distorted guitar to create a strong and energetic sound.
The intervals in a power chord are only the Root and the Perfect Fifth, then this chord is neither major or minor.
This chord is called in the following ways:
The notes in the G power chord are G and D
Notes that compose the G 5 chord:
How the Powerchord chord is built:
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