1,4,5 are major 2,3,6 are minor
E Major chord finger formation
F# Minor chord formation - JP shows two different formations. Remember you don’t always need to play the base note as keys or base guitar will most likely pick that up and 98% of the time your base note won’t be heard by the congregation anyway.
G# Minor chord formation
A Major chord formation – you can omit your pinkie/4th and play an A Sus. It’s not fully resolved but flows really well if you want to go in to F# minor or G# minor.
B Major chord formation
You’ll start to find places you can camp out around rather than move your hand all the way up and down the neck when playing.
Power chord – only using the 1 and the 5 of the chord. As basic and direct as you can get.