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Watch the Fourths, Fifths, Sixths: 8 online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from SoloCraft

The double-stop 4th ideas we are going to talk about in this segment are derived from the chord we are playing over (G) and also the G major Pentatonic scale shape at the 3rd fret. Watch the video to see where I am playing and to locate the hammer and pull off ideas I am incorporating into these 4th ideas. The phrasing is key to this sounding really cool. You have all heard this approach in many styles of music so it will be very familiar to you. The lick idea you are learning over the G chord at the 3rd fret can also be moved up to the 8th fret and played over the IV chord (C). Move the shape up to the 10th fret and play the same type of idea again but over the V chord (D). Ready to jam? Good, let's do it!