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Voice Leading Triads

The Study of Voice Leading This is an important chapter. This study combines elements of the fields of arranging and composition, all applied on the guitar neck. Another word for “chord” often used is “voicing”. Both these terms mean the same thing. A “voicing” is a grouping of different “voices” (notes) played together. Consider the
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Bdim Triads on The Bass Strings.

Bdim Triads on The Bass Strings. This is a continuation from following free lesson blogs: Minor Triads On The Bass Strings. Major Triads On The Bass Strings. Bdim Triads on Top Strings. For the new shapes we are covering today, you are basically using the shapes as covered in this blog, Minor Triads On The
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The Minor Triads on The Bass Strings

Minor Triads In C on Strings 345 and 456 This is a continuation from following free lesson blogs: Major Triads in C on strings 123 Major Triads in C on Strings 234. Major Triads On The Bass Strings. For the new shapes we are covering today, you are basically using the shapes as covered in
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Major Triads On The Bass Strings

Major Triads In C on Strings 345 and 456 This is a continuation from following free lesson blogs Major Triads in C on strings 123 and Major Triads in C on Strings 234. Here are the C, F and G triads on the bass strings. C Triads Learn the C chords first on the A,
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Rhythm Exercises With Mutes

Rhythm Exercises With Mutes. I’ve writing a lot of blogs lately on chords and scales, but have been neglecting rhythm a bit. So here it goes! First off: some music notation clarification. Slashes represent chords. You get a chord sound when you gently “squeeze” the strings against the frets. X’s represent mutes. Mutes sound percussive
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