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1. Playing Intervals on Alternate Strings, Part 1 Choosing two of the four strings gives us an "interval.  Playing 3rd finger on the Low String and 1st finger on the 2nd String is the interval of a 5th.  Useful for both major and minor keys.
2. Playing Intervals on Alternate Strings, Part 2 Playing with the Thumb and the 2nd Finger on 1st and 3rd strings gives us the sweet interval of a 6th.  Useful for major keys.
3. Playing Intervals on Alternate Strings, Part 3 Playing the sweet Major 3rd interval on the bottom string (3rd finger) and the 3rd string (2nd finger).  This tight interval is useful for major keys.
4. Playing Intervals on Alternate Strings, Part 4 Playing the 1st string (thumb) and the 2nd string (pointer finger) gives us the interval of a 4th with a far eastern feel.
5. Playing Intervals on Alternate Strings, Part 5 Playing the two strings in the middle (2nd & 3rd) with the 1st or pointer finger and the 2nd finger gives us the "sweet" minor 3rd, which works well for minor keys and, when combined with other intervals works very well.  This lesson includes a review of all the intervals we've learned, while keeping the slide/bar in one location.
6. Playing Voicings on Dulc-Bro Let's take a quick look at how chord inversions (root and the 1st inversion) are present on the Dulci-bro and take note of what is missing.

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