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6ths - A Powerful Way to Play Melodically - Robert Renman

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 Key C
 Timing: 4/4
 Arranged By: Robert Renman
 Audio File From: Robert Renman’s Tutorial
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      F            C          G        Am
         __ __       __         __       __ 
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |
e|-----------13-12-10--8-|----10-------------|
B|-----------------------|s12----12-13-12-10-|
G|-----12s14----12-10--9-|-------------------|
D|-----------------------|s12-------14-12-10-|
A|-----------------------|-------------------|
E|-----------------------|-------------------|

    F            C          G
         __ __       __         __     
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |
e|-----------13-12-10----|----------------|
B|(10)----------------13-|-12--------8----|
G|-----12s14----12-------|----------------|
D|(10)-------------------|-12-----9-------|
A|-----------------------|----------------|
E|-----------------------|----------------|


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Key A
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    D            A          E        F#m    
         __ __       __         __       __ 
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |
e|-----------10--9--7--5-|-----7-------------|
B|-----------------------|s-9-----9-10--9--7-|
G|------9s11-----9--7--6-|-------------------|
D|-----------------------|s-9-------11--9--7-|
A|-----------------------|-------------------|
E|-----------------------|-------------------|

    D            A          E
         __ __       __         __     
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |
e|-----------10--9--7----|----------------|
B|-(7)----------------10-|--9--------5----|
G|------9s11-----9-------|----------------|
D|-(7)-------------------|--9-----6-------|
A|-----------------------|----------------|
E|-----------------------|----------------|


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Key E
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    A            E          B        C#m
         __ __       __         __       __ 
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |
e|------------5--4--2--0-|-----2-------------|
B|-----------------------|s-4-----4--5--4--2-|
G|------4s-6-----4--2--1-|-------------------|
D|-----------------------|s-4--------6--4--2-|
A|-----------------------|-------------------|
E|-----------------------|-------------------|

    A            E          B
         __ __       __         __     
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |
e|------------5--4--2----|----------------|
B|-(2)-----------------5-|--4--------0----|
G|------4s-6-----4-------|----------------|
D|-(2)-------------------|--4-----1-------|
A|-----------------------|----------------|
E|-----------------------|----------------|


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Key G
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    C            G          D        Em    
         __ __       __         __       __ 
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |
e|------------8--7--5--3-|-----5-------------|
B|-----------------------|s-7-----7--8--7--5-|
G|------7s-9-----7--5--4-|-------------------|
D|-----------------------|s-7--------9--7--5-|
A|-----------------------|-------------------|
E|-----------------------|-------------------|

    C            G          D
         __ __       __         __     
    |   |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |
e|------------8--7--5----|----------------|
B|-(5)-----------------8-|--7--------3----|
G|------7s-9-----7-------|----------------|
D|-(5)-------------------|--7-----4-------|
A|-----------------------|----------------|
E|-----------------------|----------------|
        
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6ths - A Powerful Way to Play... - Robert Renman
6ths - A Powerful Way to Play Melodically - Robert Renman
Robert is playing over a 4-1-5-6 chord progression in C. That leads to the following chords: F | C | G | Am but the second time he skips the Am, just stay on G twice as long as the first time.

He thinks of 6ths as a "cheat triad". You get most of the melodic power triads provide, but it's easier to move 6ths around the fretboard, since we're only playing 2 notes instead of 3.

By the way, it's called 6ths (or sixths) because the interval distance between the two notes is a 6th.

When you are ready to learn with Robert go to https://www.masterguitaracademy.com.

Source: Master Guitar Academy

6ths - A Powerful Way to Play... - Robert Renman




6ths - A Powerful Way to Play... - Robert Renman
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 5/10/2019
Audio Src: Robert Renman’s Tutorial
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Please visit Robert Renman’s Tutorial for the complete breakdown and official audio for this arrangement.

The Tab file here is my own work and represents my interpretation of the song. The file is put together and formatted in Notepad, transformed to MS Word and converted to PDF format. Tab files with reference to any artist are not meant to be actual transcriptions of copyrighted material.

Note: Many of the Licks have been transposed in the Key of A - at the 5th fret (a popular key when playing the Blues) OR the Key of Em - the "guitar key" (all open strings belong to this scale and the most common key for Delta Blues).

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