Moving Triads pt. 3
Last month we looked at playing major triads on all string sets in every key. This should be great way of learning chords all over the neck. In this month’s lesson we’ll be adding a couple of chords to use in the exercise. In the first example minor triads are played in fourths on the first string set. The second example uses suspended fourth chords also on the first string set. Take both of these and run them through every key on all 4 string sets. Practice with a metronome and say the name of the key each time you begin a new one. For a full example of string sets look at last month’s column. Have fun!
See ya next month!