Can you use Triads in Blues?


Published on 25 May 2022
http://bitly.com/mastergtr is my website! Triads are a very simple and very powerful concept. They are Chord Tones. Mixing them into your pentatonic knowledge can make a world of difference. A Triad is simply the 1st, 3rd and 5th notes from the scale for the chord. In this example, the E major chord has the notes E, G#, and B. If you play the first 5 notes from the E major scale, but remove the 2nd and the 4th note, you have a Triad. The Triad consists of Chord Tones. You can never go wrong with using Chord Tones!! I use them a lot, even when playing blues. Gear: I used a Fender Strat with Zexcoil pickups from http://www.lawingmusicalproducts.com The amp: A Marshall JVM410H from http://amzn.to/1XV3TmI with a Barbershop overdrive from http://fairfieldcircuitry.com/collections/effect-pedals/products/the-barbershop The fantastic reverb is from Room & Verbs for EZ Mix 2, from https://www.toontrack.com/ Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rotren Check out more videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLinccS3ilxcj-VptP8sFyUWw17AguMd-h I'm a guitar instructor in Canada, and I provide guitar playing lessons and gear advice, as well as gear demos. Share if you like my work! ▼ Follow me... Twitter: https://twitter.com/mguitaracademy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dolphinstreeet Google+: https://plus.google.com/+RobertRenman/posts Can you use Triads in Blues? By Robert Renman #zexcoil #marshallamps #fenderguitars #toontrack

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