Power ChordsAbout This Lesson How to Play a Power Chord on the Piano It’s pretty simple, really! Just take your major or minor triad…and don’t play the 3rd (middle in root position). What you end up playing is a perfect 5th (or 4th inverted). It will look like this: C5 -or- C(no3) Do you have a question or an issue…
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