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Steve Krenz

Live Lesson: February 18th - Triads (Part 2/3) - Minor Triads

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Topic: TRIADS: Minor Triads

Download the PDF that goes with this lesson HERE

Minor Triads - their inversions and chord patterns.

Watch on our Guitar Gathering YouTube Channel HERE

- Steve 

 

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Will there be a pdf for this lesson as well?

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1 hour ago, dan0725 said:

Will there be a pdf for this lesson as well?

@dan0725 check back later in the " Downloads" section.

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Will there be a pdf for this lesson as well?

It's up now!

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These Triad lessons are some of your best. Thank you.

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These triad lessons have such great application in group play. I play in different ensembles where it is important to look around and find where other people are playing their guitars to find a place where they are not. Triads are a terrific way to find a voice in the mix when coupled with the appropriate space and rhythm of the song. Arpeggiating , playing only on the snare 2 and 4 , sliding into the triad position , finger plucking etc, all can add unique character to the song when others are playing bigger or open chords. I seldom play more than 4 note chords in these groups and sometimes even condense down to a 3rd ( or minor 3rd) and a 7th dyad just to be present somewhere in a quieter tune. Important stuff to learn for group play. The easiest way for me to learn  them was to just break down the bigger chords into smaller pieces, and as Steve said, know the roots. Great lessons here from Steve!

Greg

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Very happy with these New Triad lessons. Clearly explained even though it's a fire hose 😉

Thx Steve

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Thanks Sam.

Learn all you can! Sorry about the fire hose! :)

-Steve

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