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Re: IM-151 • Triad Chord Grips
« Reply #75 on: September 03, 2020, 12:29:56 pm »
I've been working on the G B e triads for a few weeks now and I use an exercise in the Key of A.
Thanks Toby that’s very helpful and I appreciate your time.
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Re: IM-151 • Triad Chord Grips
« Reply #76 on: September 03, 2020, 12:57:46 pm »
Thanks Toby that’s very helpful and I appreciate your time.
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Re: IM-151 • Triad Chord Grips
« Reply #77 on: September 03, 2020, 02:06:06 pm »
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Re: IM-151 • Triad Chord Grips
« Reply #78 on: September 03, 2020, 02:35:23 pm »
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I've been working on the G B e triads for a few weeks now and I use an exercise in the Key of A. I chose A because the lowest A starts on the 2nd fret (G string), so I can comfortably work all the way up to the A on the 14th fret. So when I hit the Bdim in position I go to the A at the next octave and repeat.

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Toby if you'd like another scale to work on you can start with the C chord.
010 on eBG. The C on the B string is the root? You can also start your A scale with
Am to make the Am scale.

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Re: IM-151 • Triad Chord Grips
« Reply #79 on: September 03, 2020, 06:24:43 pm »
Toby if you'd like another scale to work on you can start with the C chord.
010 on eBG. The C on the B string is the root? You can also start your A scale with
Am to make the Am scale.

Thanks Stitch I'll take a look at that. I'm sure there a few more "chordal" scales you could find in those first  4 frets on GBe and then work your way progressively up the neck until you start repeating. For example G Major starting with the root on the e 3rd fret. Much to play with but taking baby steps with this one. Knowing the positional relationship of the R III V or R IIIb V (ok adjusting for the B string) but 5th over R and III 1 down 1 back (2 back for minor) makes it easier to find the triads anywhere. Other 3 string clusters are from the future but opens up a world of options. And all from them yellow boxes ;-)

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