Improvising With Thirds

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In this video we're really only looking at the first two strings; this topic can be taken much further! Also, we're keeping it pretty basic so you can get the rough idea. The goal is to begin working with thirds on just these strings and see how they sound and how you can improvise over the jam track using them. Give it a shot, and let us know how it goes in the comments below!

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- January 25, 2017 Reply

Thank you so much, Jonathan; This is a great help. Our low Dollar is a disadvantage right now But I will keep in touch and keep working at it.
Sam.

JAMES PRESTON - January 27, 2017 Reply

JUST SAW YOUR PATTERNS OF THIRDS AND I WAS JUST PLAYING AN OLD BEATLES TUNE "I'M LOOKING THROUGH YOU" CIRCA 1966
AND THE SONG ACTUALLY STARTS OFF USING EXACTLY THE
PATTERN OF THIRDS ON THE B AND E STRINGS. GREAT JOB.
JAMES PRESTON

    jboettcher - January 27, 2017 Reply

    Awesome - good catch!

JAMES PRESTON - January 27, 2017 Reply

thanks again

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