Utilizing triads – the smallest versions of chords – can be a fantastic way to come up with guitar parts that complement another player, or that sit well in a recording. By utilizing different voicings and extensions you can create nearly limitless harmonic possibilities that truly complete an arrangement.

In the second of his three video series, Elixir Strings artist Allan Salmon demonstrates how to begin using major and small triads in your playing. Utilizing this easy-to-follow triad guitar method will help open the fingerboard and have you exploring brand-new melodic opportunities in no time! Allan plays OPTIWEB Coated Electric Strings for their fresh tone and feel that lasts and lasts. Have A Look At Elixir Strings: https://www.elixirstrings.com/products

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