“The Heaviest Chords: Power Chords | LT

Here’s an exciting tune that will make your powerchord riffs sound heavier than you ever imagined!

This is one of my favorite guitar hacks, I’m so excited to share it with you!

C Power Chord inverted

Here is a chart for the reversed C Power Chord.

Let me give you an overview of how inversion works and how it relates to power lines.

There are 3 notes right?

Common piano chords are Root, 3rd and 5th.

The lowest pitch of a chord is the most important, so it’s almost always the Root.

That’s the standard sound, but you can play these notes in any order – if you play Root, 5th, 3rd, it’s a spread sound.

But, if you want to put either the 3rd or the 5th as the lowest note of the chord, that’s called an inversion.

If you’re playing a 7th chord type, you can also put it in the bass:

So how does this apply to the reverse force?

Power Chords have 2 notes: Root and 5th, so the common language of “1st Inversion”, etc. does not apply.

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