Rut Busters ep.2 Groovin' On The 6

Episode 2 of the Rut Busters, we explore using the 6th of the Major Scale in a Blues context!

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Hi Justin
What does “resolving the sixth” mean when played over the A chord please

Hello @danvreid and welcome to the community.

Resolving often means ending your lick or phrase on the root note of the underlying chord.
Generally, it will involve moving from a slightly ‘unstable’ note that sounds a little strange if held on for too long and moving to land on a more ‘stable’ note, probably a chord tone or the root note.
Cheers :blush:
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