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You have many power chords to choose from when playing progressions. On your E and A strings alone, some power chords occur an octave higher or an octave lower. For instance, you have an F#5 on the 2nd fret of your low E string and also at the 9th fret of your A string. They are both F# power chords, but they have a different sound because of the octave difference. This can be used to your advantage when listening to and creating your own progressions using power chords. Check out this example that uses the same chords with an octave difference to create two great sounding progressions.
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