Watch the Pedal Steel 3 online guitar lesson by Joe Dalton from 100 Twang Thangs
Here is another example of outlining the chord with the same interval, a sixth. (The distance from the third string 11th fret F# up to the first string 10th fret D is six notes.) This time, we start with the chordal tones and bend the third of the chord (F#) up to the G, which is out of the chord and then resolve this note by returning the bent note back to the original pitch. So, we bent into the chord in the previous example. In this example, we started with the chord and bent out of it. The last lick is just two chords A and D, voiced with the common tone A on top.