Sliding 6ths Across The GuitarSixths are just one way of harmonizing notes across our instrument. They can be used in both a rhythm and lead context, picked or strummed, and a fun way to explore the guitar neck. A 6th is an interval, a specific distance between two notes. 6ths, like 3rds, sound particularly good because of how they harmonize with chords. This 6ths Exercise will help you to build ideas using 6ths on the top four strings of the guitar.
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