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Triads: Major Triads (Part 1/3) 1.0.0


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The 10 page PDF book for lesson 1 of the special teaching series Triads.

Let me know how it works for you and if you have any questions.  Just comment below.

The video is below.

Learn all you can! - Steve

 


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Hey Steve,  Thanks for all you do.  Your teaching is wonderful.

Unfortunately, for some reason, in printing out the "Welcome To Triads" instruction book, the fingerings, tabs, staves, etc. did dot print. 

The instructions, explanations, etc. printed perfectly.

Any suggestions?

Thanks Again,

Richard Bishop

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@Richard46   Try  saving the PDF to your computer hard drive first, then go back and open it and print from there.  You should be able to see it in your "print preview window" before it prints.  N

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Steve, been working on these triads all week.  Great lesson and judging by the number of downloads everyone else must think so as well.  Really helps a lot doing these I-IV-V all over the neck using the same shape for each or different shapes in the same position and then making up your own combinations of I, IV and V.  Thanks, I need short lessons like this that I can use all day.

Ok, well after working on this lesson since last Tuesday if you follow exactly like Steve says in the instructions it is not a "short lesson".  This is intense!  Just get out your chord wheel and do each one like he says and you will be working on this for quite a while.  I love it!!  These sessons could have been one of the purchased type lessons that Steve has released.  They bring so much into focus.  Thanks Steve.

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Thank you Steve, This is just what 71 year old stiff and slow fingers have been looking for. Looking forward to your next to lessons.

 

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Steve!!! this is a wonderful series and idea. I so appreciate the pdfs to practice from. I have them printed out and once I have all three lessons under my belt I will put them in a bound book to reference over and over!! 

God bless you for doing this for us!!

Maria

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Thank you Steve......another piece of the puzzle falls in place and a light bulb clicks on illuminating a once hidden recess in my musical attic!

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On 2/12/2020 at 9:38 AM, Steve Krenz said:

Hey gang,

Let me know how this works for you.

Learn all you can!

- Steve

This is truly  helpful...  It's concurrently helping me be more familiar with the notes along the fretboard.  Woodshedding time!

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On 2/21/2020 at 3:20 PM, Steve Krenz said:

Great Doug.

Learn all you can!

-Steve

Thank you, Steve!  Now that i am focused on triads I keep discovering new things and easier ways to accomplish the sounds I want!  ...trying to burn in those patterns...

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Steve this has been so helpful.  Playing music like crazy here and learning new songs, but this is high on my to do list.  Getting to your online lessons late due to chorus practice but that will be over, soon.  This has been perhaps the most helpful breakthrough in my guitar learning.....beginning to really make sense to me.  Looking forward to seeing you at the Gathering and all the other peeps too!  Keep up the great work!!  I think you should get paid for these....really.  Stars in your crown, Pat Lindgren

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I have watched all three Triad sessions and can't believe how much this has opened up the fretboard for me.

Thanks so much.

 

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Wonderful.

I'm so glad you're learning.

Learn them and use them!

There's lots of music to be made and you're just the person the world needs for it!

- Steve

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I am sharing your Youtube channel link with my Blues Jam Class, highlighting the triads lessons. These are really an important concepts in group play that I hope will inspire the students in the classes and may also turn them on to your exceptional teaching style becoming future GG students as well. I try to use many of these forms in my playing with others but you have introduced me to a few other triad forms that I am now trying to learn and incorporate in my repertoire. Thanks for the great lessons.

Greg

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When these lessons on Triads came out just one year ago, I had just started the L&M Fingerstyle course and did not want to get sidetracked.

But I kept them on my to-do list and right now, I am finally discovering these great lessons.

I realized this week that I needed to refresh my knowledge of where to find all the notes on the fretboard in order to make these triads work. I love this stuff. This will make me a better guitar player.

So thanks for these lessons @Steve Krenz, and for all you do for us. These videos were still recorded at Gruhn last year. We live in a different world now and I hope you will soon be healthy and strong again.

 

Wim.

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