The Perfect 4th Interval

In this lesson we learn to hear, sing and play The Perfect 4th Interval.


View the full lesson at The Perfect 4th Interval | JustinGuitar

what about coming down and playing the higher note then lower note?

The diagrams are broken on this section, I do not see it on my side.

Hi @miichaelp

Conventionally intervals are counted from the lower up to the higher pitched note.

That is not to say they can not be counted down in pitch - they can be and are.
But for most purposes, especially when learning, up is the direction used.
Cheers :smiley:
| Richard_close2u | Community Moderator, Official Guide, JustinGuitar Approved Teacher

Hello @letsgotho and welcome to the community.

What diagrams do you mean please?
Cheers :smiley:
| Richard_close2u | Community Moderator, Official Guide, JustinGuitar Approved Teacher


I think there’s supposed to be a guitar chart here like there was for the video before this for the Perfect Fifth Interval, but it’s replaced by xx’s on my screen.

Thanks @letsgotho I see now, and I will report it to add to the ‘fix list’.

@Fanny_JustinGuitar_Team … email sent.

Cheers :slight_smile: Richard

Just wondered if there was any news when the missing diagrams will be added.
Michael