How do I play an E power chord?
Beginners sometimes think that F5 is the lowest power chord that can be played on the 5th & 6th strings of the guitar. But an E power chord is easily played using the 3rd finger only (on the 5th string, 2nd fret), with the 6th string is played open.
Although you are only fretting one note, it is best to keep the basic hand shape the same, with your Power Chord Trainer in place and your third finger playing the B note. This means that you can easily slide up to the next chord you want to play and your fingers will be ready!