Chord Structure using Double Stop Harmony (March 2011)

Guitar modes provides an explanation for the use of double stop harmony to create chords.

Double stop harmonies can provide the basis for chord structure across the fretboard. They provide the location of notes for Major, Minor and Dominant 7th chords eg. C Major 9th, G Minor 11 and E 13th.

We are only dealing with two notes at a time therefore working closer with the structure of chords.

Try it, you will be able to utilise it in your playing or teaching.

3 Mar 2011