Triads

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To understand Triads is to understand the Guitar. Triads have the potential to open up a whole new world of polyphonic understanding for the developing Guitarist at every level. This course provides a practical, functional and conceptual understanding of how chords are constructed thereby building a strong foundation for hearing, creating and performing in every style.

Remember that chords are derived from scales so this course of study is an excellent one to begin putting together triads with their related scales. It is also excellent for beginning to break down large chord forms into smaller abbreviations allowing for greater ease in comping.

What You'll Learn

  • 1 C Major Triads and Inversions String Set One
  • 2 C Major Triads and Inversions String Set Two
  • 3 C Major Triads and Inversions String Set Three
  • 4 C Major Triads and Inversions String Set Four
  • 5 F Major Triads String Set 2
  • 6 F Major Triads String Set 1
  • 7 C Major and F Major Triads
  • 8 I to IV in C String Set One
  • 9 I to IV in C String Set Two
  • 10 I to IV in C String Set 345
  • 11 I to IV in C String Set 456
  • 12 V7 Chords as Triads
  • 13 I, IV, V in C String Set One
  • 14 I, IV, V in C String Set 234
  • 15 I, IV, V in C String Set Three
  • 16 I, IV, V in C, String Set Four
  • 17 I, IV, V7 in C String Set One
  • 18 E7 Triads, String Set 1
  • 19 E7 Triads, String Set 2
  • 20 A Minor Triads String Set 1
  • 21 A Minor Triads String Set 2
  • 22 D minor Triads String Set 1
  • 23 D Minor Triads String Set 2
  • 24 Im, IVm, V7 Triads in A Harmonic Minor, String Set 1
  • 25 Im, IVm, V7 Triads in A Harmonic Minor, String Set 2
  • 26 Triads in G Major Play Along
  • 27 Triads in G Major Play Along 1
  • 28 Im to IVm Triads, key of A, String Set 1