Triads, Harmony and Theory in C major, Root inversion, Fingerstyle, Chord voicings, C major, D minor, E minor, F major, G major, A minor, B diminished, C major scale, 1st inversion, 2nd inversion, by Pedja Simovic
Triads, Harmony and Theory in C major, Root inversion, Fingerstyle, Chord voicings, C major, D minor, E minor, F major, G major, A minor, B diminished, C major scaleby Pedja Simovic
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[b]Welcome to my new lesson. This time we are taking a look at playing in 10ths! Don't worry its easier than it sounds. A 10th is just the as a 3rd but an octave higher, this gives us a chord using the root note and a 10th. The great thing about these chords is that they give the listener the information they need to decide whether they are hearing a major or minor tonality but the use of the octave to get the 10th creates a very open chord sound that can be used very melodically.
Songs to check out that use this style are; Blackbird by the Beatles, Many of Horror by Biffy Clyro and 'Hold Back the River' by James Bay.
In the third video I show an easy way to find 10ths using normal barre chords but I also show how to find them using scales, I do encourage this a lot as you will find interesting ways of playing these beyond just using transposable shapes.
BIAS AMP - FENDER BLACKFACE AMP MODEL
| C G/B | G | G C G/B | G | G C G/B |
| G | G Em | D | D C Em | D G/B C | C |
| C Em D G/B | C | C Em | D G/B C Em |
| D Am | G | C G/B | G | C G/B | G | C G/B | G
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