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Triads: Minor Triads (Part 2/3) 1.0.0

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The 9 page PDF book for lesson 2 of the special teaching series Triads.

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

Learn all you can! - Steve


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Thank you Steve, I'm still working on the major scales. Slowly but surely, I am finding this series very enlightening.


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Great job Steve!

And perfect timing for me as I've just stumbled on these triads a couple of months ago and then understood why my scales and CAGED chords where not falling together, etc. It's a pity you did not have it in your "Learn&Master Fingerstyle guitar" that I did last year. But I also went through several other schools and  nobody had it, though I think any theory should begin with triads.

Excellent work, especially that you have put it free of charge. Possible request: please give us or refer us to some simple tabs of songs with triads and "soloing" scales.

Thanks again and great respect!


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I'm so glad that everyone is learning new things.

It's what keeps you fresh as a musician.

Learn them and use them!


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