Triads are the most overlooked chords among guitarists, and you won’t be one of those guitarists. Get started with Major Triads.
Learn what makes a Minor Triad different from a Major Triad. Here's a hint -- flat the third!
Learn to construct the very mysterious sounding Augmented Triad.
Learn about the ominous sounding Diminished Triad and its inversions. It might sound strange by itself, but these Triads build unique tension in your playing when used correctly.
These diagrams will unlock the secret to triads.
Being able to recall and identify Triads on any string set and from any inversion is an important exercise to do if you want to implement Triads in your improvisation.
Targeting chord tones based on triad shapes is an extremely effective way to build them into your playing.
Now that you've learned the triad shapes, it's time to understand how to seamlessly integrate them in your playing. The best way to do that is to use a song we can all sing in our sleep.
Spread these triads across the frets like jam on a sandwich... kinda.
Hear the awesome sound of Spread Voiced Triads in action with these exercises.
Hendrix agrees–triads are the truth, in all their iterations.
Each string set contains different triadic shapes, and by learning these shapes you will unlock the fretboard in a way most guitarists never will.
Breaking down one of the coolest mashups ever.