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#2451876 - 11/23/12 05:09 AM free Nathan East lessons
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#2451988 - 11/23/12 08:14 PM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: picker]
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Hey, cool, I dig and use Maj10ths and m10ths on my guitar all the time! cool
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#2452052 - 11/24/12 12:32 PM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: Caevan O'Shite]
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#2452062 - 11/24/12 03:12 PM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: picker]
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Tell Me Something Good...cool little clip with the original drummer. cool

I call them 3rds and flat 3rds Major/Minor. Still a cool sound played the same way on just two strings of a guitar. You can call them 10th's as they are 3rd's being played above the octave. IMHO.


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#2452305 - 11/26/12 10:19 AM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: Larryz]
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Originally Posted By: picker
Oops...wrong forum...sorry.


Not at all, glad you posted it here! Bookmarked.

Originally Posted By: Larryz
I call them 3rds and flat 3rds Major/Minor. Still a cool sound played the same way on just two strings of a guitar. You can call them 10th's as they are 3rd's being played above the octave. IMHO.


Yeah, functionally/harmonically you can handle 'em that way, but 10ths do have a very different sound and feel compared to 3rds, especially with overdrive, distortion or even clean with heavy compression and a fat, full tone, particularly with some kind of modulation- and/or filtering-effect like phasing or flanging or wah...

I love LOVE love harmonized, sliding 10ths passages on guitar and use 'em more and more all the time...
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#2452320 - 11/26/12 11:46 AM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: Caevan O'Shite]
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They are pretty when played clean for a little jazzy decending/ascending harmony as shown in the video on the 6th and 3rd strings (guitar) as they are melodic and more fun than octaves...I like to add two notes and play or alternate them with their 7th chord cousins (ie. instead of 3xx4xx use them with 3x343x)... cool


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#2452332 - 11/26/12 12:46 PM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: Larryz]
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Originally Posted By: Larryz
They are pretty when played clean for a little jazzy decending/ascending harmony as shown in the video on the 6th and 3rd stings (guitar) as they are melodic and more fun than octaves...I like to add two notes and play or alternate them with their 7th chord cousins (ie. instead of 3xx4xx use them with 3x343x)... cool


Nice. cool

I particularly like the higher 10th grips on the 4th and 1st strings and the 5th and 2nd strings, shown in the first few moves here:

Code:
  -13--12--10----------------------------------------------
  --------------13--11--10---------------------------------
  ---------------------------12--10---9---5--3--2---2-2-2--
  -12--10---8---------------------------------------2-2-2--
  --------------12--10---8------------------------------0--
  ---------------------------12--10---8---5--3--1-----0-0--



Try 'em with some fat overdrive or distortion; a favorite deployment of mine is octave-fuzz (up, down, BOTH if ya got 'em! grin thu cool Neck-pickup helps.) fed into distortion, followed by a phaser- gently wiggle 'n' subtly squeeze 'n' bend one or the other of the two notes and revel in the squidgy hints of ring-modulation squawking around the edges. You can play 'em sort of like arpeggios, that is, rhythmically strung together rather than simultaneously like a 'chord', as you slide 'em up and down the fretboard.
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#2452369 - 11/26/12 04:19 PM Re: free Nathan East lessons [Re: Caevan O'Shite]
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NICE Caevan...Tried it on my acoustic, I think I might add one: 12xx12, 10xx10, 8xx9, (6xx7), 5xx5, 3xx3, 1xx2, xx22, Ox22, OO22... cool

or try: 12 x 12 13 12 x...10 x 10 11 10 x... 8x898x, 7x787x, 5x565x, 3x343x, 2x232x, 1x121x, 0x010x...just for kix. grin


Edited by Larryz (11/27/12 11:06 AM)

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