Example1 Applying triads to chords
Using triads as a basis for improvisation can create very strong sounding melodic lines. It’s also a great way to break free from the 'grip' of the Minor Pentatonic! The use of the F Minor arpeggio in the second bar allows the b7th, 5th and 9th intervals to be added in a very cohesive way. Diminished triads can be built on any note of the chord (E, G or Bb) here the Bb diminished arpeggio is used.