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: An A5 chord is just another way of saying power chord. : They look like this: : –A5—–B5—–C5—–D5 : EADGBe EADGBe EADGBe EADGBe : ºº__XX ____XX ____XX ____XX : |||||| |||||| |||||| |||||| : ||··|| ··|||| |||||| |||||| : |||||| |||||| ··|||| |||||| : |||||| ||··|| |||||| |||||| : |||||| |||||| ||··|| ··|||| : |||||| |||||| |||||| |||||| : |||||| |||||| |||||| ||··|| : (note: in order to see the chords properly, select everything from A5 to the bottom of the lines and dots, copy it, and paste it in Notepad. Each chord should look vaguely like the top of the neck of a guitar.) : : I’m including these because I’m pretty sure they’re all used in "Sweet Child". : There are about a million different ways to do power chords on a guitar. What they all have in common is that they are missing the 3rd note in the major chord. For example, a C chord has C, E, and G. But a C5 only has C and G. An F chord has F, A, and C, but an F5 chord only has F and C. : I hope this helps.