#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYrBqGAl0wE

i know its gear review but in it he plays this harmony thing. i was wondering if anyone could tell me how to do this. its sounds really cool
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#3
ya, it doesn't acctually create a harmony it just lets you play in harmony with yourself
#4
yes, sorry i meant what notes can i play and stuff, ive tried and it just sounds like trash..
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#6
thirds? as in third notes in scale?
Say G maj: G A B C D E F#

B would be the third note? what would i do with it?
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#7
Quote by dayvbayb
thirds? as in third notes in scale?
Say G maj: G A B C D E F#

B would be the third note? what would i do with it?


think of it this way.

If one guitar played a G, the other would play a B.

A then C, etc etc.