#1
Could someone explain the two guitar parts in the heavier part of Bring it On Home by Zeppelin? They don't seem to be thirds apart and I was just wondering why this would work. Thanks
#2
What part do you mean exactly? Not to mention there are plenty of intervals other then thirds, and I'm sure Jimmy knew about them and used them in his music.
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#3
The part starts at 1:42 with one guitar and the second one comes in at 1:54. I know there's other intervals I just didn't know what they would be for 2 guitar parts other than thirds.
#4
Quote by jimmyslashpage
Could someone explain the two guitar parts in the heavier part of Bring it On Home by Zeppelin? They don't seem to be thirds apart and I was just wondering why this would work. Thanks



they are 6ths & 3rds

(an octave up)
#5
From the sounds of the second guitar is playing an octave higher.
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#6
alright sixths and thirds...but he plays an A at the same time as a G.....i know thats a seventh but is that just another interval? or does it not work? im confused