QUOTE (Muris @ Jan 23 2008, 01:20 PM)
Per example,3rd fret on A string,that'd be note C,single tho.
Now just play it together
with 5th fret on G string,that's note C as well but in octave higher.
That means 2 notes,not chord,not backing or whatever.
OOOHHHHH!! Got it, its not an octave higher than another part of the song, just 2 notes played at the same time that are an octave apart. Cool, thanks man!!