Using Triads For Tasty Accents


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In this lesson we're going to use a basic D major chord and move it up the freboard... however we're adding one note to it, an F#. That gives us a few different options for notes we can use. Here's a refresher of relative chords in this jam track:

A minor - C major
F major - D minor
D minor - F major
E minor - G major

If you missed the previous lessons, you can find links to the in the sidebar on the right.

Give the triads a shot, and let me know how it goes in the comments below!

Leave a Reply 4 comments

- February 4, 2017 Reply

This is opening a lot of new things, Jon. so much appreciated!!

John - February 12, 2017 Reply

Very Illuminating for me...I've played some of these combination unconsciously but now understand how they can be used in a more versatile way...thanks so much!!!

Bave stewart - February 12, 2017 Reply

Thank you this will help a lot

- March 4, 2017 Reply

Opening a lot of concepts that will improve my acoustic playing by myself, or with another player. Thanks!

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