#1
Minor Third - A minor third is just three semi-tones, or half-steps, above the root note. For instance, a minor third above an A would be a C.

so does thjat mena like if the root note was on the 3rd fret, and on the g string, then harmonizied in a minor third, would the other guitar play on the d string on the 6fret?
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#2
no, the minor third of that root would be on the 6th fret on the g string or on the 2nd fret of the b string
#3
why>?
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wel why would it be on the d string? you just said it is three frets up from the root note. No need to move a string down.

What made you think this?
#6
just remeber that each sting is tuned to a perfect 4th, 5 frets, above the one below it, E to A, A to D etc, except from the g to b sting, thats a major 3rd, 4 frets. With this, you know if you hold down 2 consecutive stings at the same fret, they are a perfect 4th appart, except of course for the g and b stings, which would be a major 3rd appart. With this knowledge it's easy to harmonize. If you want an interval of a minor 3rd , just consider that a minor 3rd is a whole tone below a 4th, so if your root is, say, fret 10 on the low e string, a minor 3rd up from that would be at fret 8 on the a string ( fret 10 on the a string is a 4th above your root, minus a whole tone, 2 frets = 8).
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alright, but is there a rule saying how many frets to go everytime or am i ****'d without understand everything?
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alright, but is there a rule saying how many frets to go everytime or am i ****'d without understand everything?


It depends on what scale you're in when you're harmonizing in anything other than octaves (12 frets up) and possibly 5ths or 4ths (out of the regular major/minor scale theres a diminished fifth that breaks that pattern of the perfect intervals...otherwise 7 frets for 5ths and 5 frets for fourths).

You have to alternate between major/minor intervals if you're harmonizing in thirds, sixths, seconds, or sevenths (these last 2 probably sound a bit wierd)