#2
Advanced techniques thread???
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#3
You wouldn't use octaves to play a harmony. You would use intervals, or different notes.

If you listen to players like Cornell Dupree or Steve Cropper you'll hear some cool examples of this.

The best way is to learn your scales with an added note - for example - play a c major scale and add a 3rd in.

so instead of playing c d e f g a b c

you would play ce df eg fa gb bd ce

flip it over and play it with a 6th

Then learn it in 4ths, etc...
#4
try getting another guitar to play diatonic thirds or sixths.
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#6
Well... most metal bands use 3rds (a7x is the easiest example).
Originally Posted by evening_crow
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#8
Quote by evening_crow
Well... most metal bands use 3rds (a7x is the easiest example).




TS, learn the major scale.
#11
Ooh! ooh! Listen to the end of fade to black!
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Yamaha Pacifica 112
Alvarez SLM
Orange Dark Terror
Orange PPC212OB 2x12 cab
Yamaha P-85 Keyboard