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This is the 2 string version of the D5 power chord.
An alternate version of the D5 power chord with the root note on the 10th fret of the Low E / 6th string.
This is a 3 string version of the D5 power chord. It can be played either by barring 2 strings with your 3rd finger, or using both the 3rd and 4th finger. Choose whichever way is easiest for you.
This diagram shows you how to finger an "open" D5 power chord.
This two string D5 power chord is played on the B and E strings.
This is a three string version of D5 played at the 10th fret.
This fingering for D5/A is used in the interlude to "One" by Metallica.
This version of the D5 power chord is based on the regular D open shape. However instead of playing the second fret on the high e string, you play the 5th.
Both the root and the fifth of this D5 chord are doubled.
This voicing for D5 is played in second position.
This 2 string voicing for D5 features an open fourth string.
This is one possible way to finger an "open" D5 power chord.
The six strings of this chord diagram represent the lowest six strings on a seven string guitar.
This D5 chord is played in third position.
This voicing for D5 can either be played on a 7 string or a de-tuned 6 string.
This is one possible way to fret a D5 "open" power chord.
This massive D5 chord is played in drop D.
This D5 power chord is played with an A bass note.
This D5 power chord is played with a C# bass note.
This D5/A chord features a barre performed by the first finger.
This is an alternate way to finger a D5 power chord.
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The D5 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: