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When first hearing the term “tenth” in music, it may seem baffling, but it’s simply a way to tell you that we have now jumped an octave over the initial eight notes of the scale. It’s really an interval in 3rd that now contains a note that is substituted by a higher or lower note, octave-wise. This is how a 2nd can become a 9th, for example. In this case, a 3rd becomes a 10th. This is just some basic theory dealing with the mathematical relationships of notes.
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These are fairly unusual and you don’t see them taught very often. I’m doing two types of bends today, three if you count all the positions.
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Here's one of my favorite positions when it comes to making the guitar sound like a pedal steel.
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It involves the "tri-tone" theory, wherein the seventh and third, become the third and seventh from the I to the IV chord, but more importantly, it's a very deft and acrobatic way of playing a three-note pedal steel riff on the guitar that has movable parts!
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This is a wonderful “hybrid-picking” style that is based on the piano style of the great Fats Domino.
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