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Do I strum both strings and hold both strings when I play something like this and another thing....Is that called a chord
#2
Yes. And this is indeed a chord.
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#3
It's a major 4th.
You play both notes together.
And hold according to what song.
Gear:
Epiphone G-400 Ebony
Line-6 UberMetal, EchoPark
Boss RC-2 Loop Station
Traynor YCV50Blue, Bass Mate 25, Guitar Mate 15
#4
I don't think that's a chord...
It's a Perfect 4th (no major and minor 4ths)
Chords have to have three notes in them, I think.
I think that'd just be a harmony or something.
Chuck the low A# in there, and it's a power chord, which I guess can be considered a chord.

-Jayke
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#8
another question on tabs....whats up with all the x's all over the place...I thought I understood tabs until I see this...
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X means you "choke" the string.
So, you rest your fingers over the strings, pressing hard enough so that the string can't ring out, but not so hard that you're playing a note.

Listen to the intro of Hendrix's Voodoo Child.
That kinda noise.
But he's obviously using a wah there, so don't worry about the tonal changes, just the percussive sound he gets.

-Jayke
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