In this Weekly Exercise, Berklee College of Music teacher Jane Miller demonstrates how to utilize some three-note, three-string triads in manner ins which match their related seventh chords. These easy-to-use chord kinds can be extremely beneficial for including parts as a second guitar player or with a bass gamer or pianist who is also offering a chord part. If you’re a performing singer-songwriter, you can weave in and out of the triad forms to add intriguing instrumental guitar breaks in between verses. These little chords are likewise an outstanding entrance to improvising solos that understand the underlying chords of a tune. The good news is that you probably currently know a great deal of the chords, and in this lesson, you’ll find ways to repurpose them.

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