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Watch the Still Blue online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Chord Studies: Double-Stops Vol. 1

This is the same as Example 3, "Feelin' Blue", except that once again we'll be inverting the thirds to get sixths. The fingerings here are very straightforward, with your second finger acting as a guide throughout. By now you should be starting to see the patterns that are occurring when we invert our thirds to sixths. Once you get this pattern down try throwing some bends in there! On the D/A, play the 10th fret on both your E and G string and bend the G string up a half step. If you use your ring finger on the G string and your pinky on the E string, you can use your other two fingers to support the G string bend!