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You've got playing over the following court pattern , which is very basic .
It's dab minor and G last few of my videos have been about pretty complicated or challenging stuff .
So I think it's about time to throw in some essentials , some more basic stuff that suited for everyone .
It drastically changes my playing when I learned about this and I try to keep it at a basic level in this video .
I try , I , I promise I try , this will be about transforming every chord progression or rhythm part into um into dynamic tasty .
It can sound really out there or be really subtle , but it's always a great way to play .
So this is something you really want to know .
So let me explain , double stops are just two notes played together .
At the same time , it thickens up the sound when you play melodies or spices up your chords .
When you play a rhythm , the trick to make them sound great is to choose the right two notes and play them with the right techniques .
Let me show you .
So let's play the Decor first the route on the fifth string 57 seven , don't play the first string .
Now let's move up the pentatonic major scale because we play a major chord which is like this five on the A string seven and nine on the D string 79 on the G string 79 on the B string 7 10 and on the E string 7 10 as well , so quickly .
So now back to double stops , Let's play the first two notes five and seven and then bar our first finger on the fret seven on the A and the D string , double stop .
That is a double stop .
But let's now do a hammer on with a ring finger on the A string from Fred 7 to 9 , but don't choke the D string .
That is very important .
So make sure to keep your thumb down a little bit .
So your ring finger can go around the D string without touching it .
So you can have the seven ringing through as well .
So to repeat this phrase , this is the most essential part of playing like this .
So you can move the same shape one string up , for example .
So we go to frat seven and seven on the D and the G string and we do a hammer on from frat 7 to 9 on the D string .
Now we have two notes ringing together .
Now we can do a pull off as well .
Do the same again on the A and the D string and land on the D note again .
We can even move one string down on the G and the B string .
Those are double stops .
So you can make a whole bunch of variations with just those notes , just notes from the D major Pentatonic two notes played together .
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Now we move on to the next court .
A major .
This 1 may look a little more tricky , but don't worry , we'll get you there from the route on the six string at five and the 57 and five A major .
And the Pentatonic shape that lies around this cord is 5747 , 47 , 46 , 57 and 57 major .
Banton because it's an a major chord .
Now , for this cord goes , most embellishments , most double stops are played on the top three strings , the thinnest .
So let me explain that .
For example , what we can do , we can put our ring finger on five and five on the B and the E string .
This is a double stop that suitss perfectly on the A major court .
But we can also slide this one up to flat seven because those are two notes in the A major pentatonic scale as well .
So this will sound good on the A major chord .
And then back down , the next link would be for four and five on the G and the B string .
Those are also notes from the A major pentatonic scale .
And you can also slide these up to fret to fret six and seven on the G .
And the B string a great way is to use your thumb for this .
So just slide it up over the edge and play the root note with your thumb .
Now , we can use the fingers for all the embellishments using hammer ons and pull offs is also great for Discord , for example , bar your index finger on set five and five on the B and the G string and then your ring finger does a hammer on and a pull off on the B string from 5 to 7 .
This is also a shape .
We see a lot .
Now we can go up to the G and the B string or I should say down , I think four and five on the G and the B and the ring finger does a hammer on 2 ft six on the G string .
And remember all the notes you're playing right now are from the A major panta to scale and this sounds good .
The next court was a B minor chord .
So we moved to the B minor court over here at seven on the sixth string root on the six string .
So it's seven 777 .
So the B minor pentatonic skill is played like this 7 , 10 , 7979797 , 10 , 7 , 10 .
All right .
So this shares great resemblance with the major skill over here .
The major Penton .
So they share the same notes .
Same goes for the pentatonic scales .
So D major pentatonic is the same scale as B minor pentatonic .
So we can use all the same links we used for D major , but you preferably end on A B notes to give the listener the reference of playing the B minor chord .
So you start on the bee , for example , again , you can use the thumb over the neck .
So what I did barring my index finger on flat seven and seven on the G and the B string and doing a hammer on with my ring finger from flat 7 to 9 .
So the key is to keep your ring finger nice uh and round .
So you don't touch the Bering .
So you get this nice dissonant and groovy sound do the same one string up .
So great to play like this .
Now we go to the last chord , the G major .
And luckily for us , the G major , we can do exactly the same as on the A major .
But now we do G major pentatonic of course , which is like this 3525252435 and 35 .
Again , so , for instance , on the threes , we slide to the fives on the top two strings and back down .
And now we do for two and three on the G and the B string and we slide it up to four and five .
And again , we can also use the hammer on patterns four on this shape playing on the lower strings is a little more difficult .
So you don't see that too often like this .
You often see it on the major shape to play it on the top three strings , maybe add this one .
So now I've shown you four different chords , the major A major B minor and G major .
But of course , you can use it on any court you like .
So let's say we have a progression in E minor .
This is the E minor court 79 seven .
And the pentatonic shape is like this 7 10 on the A string .
7979 , a 10 , 7 10 .
So a lot of beautiful shapes lie in this shape as well .
Remember from um little wing .
So for instance , this is a lick from little wing minor cord .
He just bars the index finger on seven and seven on the A and the D string and then Alfred seven on the DNA G string and he plays the E minor scale up and the trick is playing a little sloppy .
So don't be too precise but be sure to stay in the key .
And that's basically everything there is to it .
This is the point where I'm gonna stop because if you're a real beginner , this is enough doing this on all these courts can be challenging .
So take it slowly and see how all these beautiful patterns lie over under between side of all these courts .
There are so many ways to do this but giving you some handles um to get into this to ease into this .
This is a real good start .
Have a wonderful day .