Watch the Tools of the Trade online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Chord Studies: Double-Stops Vol. 1
For our final example, I'll be demonstrating another principle of double stops. You may have been thinking about how it seems like we can't play all three notes of the chord with these intervals of thirds. This particular example will give us that. Notice how when we go up to the A5, we no longer have the interval of a third, we have a perfect fourth. This gives us a different sound, and this can also be applied to the examples where we used A major. This is a great tool for double stops.