Many fans simply divide AC/DC's history into two distinct halves: The Bon Scoot Era and the Brian Johnson Era. But original AC/DC vocalist Dave Evans has a bone to pick with that notion, and thinks a lot of AC/DC fans feel differently, too.
Using open strings is a great way to add texture and atmosphere to any chord progression. By adding open strings to even the simplest chords, you can create voicings that sound sophisticated, but are really easy (and fun) to play. They're practical, not intimidating, and most certainly don't sound like "jazz chords."