Ex­am­ple1 Ap­ply­ing tri­ads to chords

Guitar Techniques - - Lesson: R&B -

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.

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