Let’s talk about double stops.
Double stops or dyads as they’re also known, are a great way to add body and attitude to a lick.
Though double stops can be played all over the place in lots of different variations – for rock and blues guitar they’re most commonly heard based in the 1st position of the minor pentatonic.
You can hear these sorts of double stops being played by Chuck Berry, Ace Frehley, Angus Young, Slash, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Zakk Wylde and many others.
If you’d like to achieve the same sort of double stop licks as these players – add notes on the B string in the same frets as the notes you play on the G string in the 1st position of any minor pentatonic scale.