EXAMPLES LATERAL USE OF MIXOLYDIAN TRIADS
EXAMPLE 10 And this example features a reverse of the motif used in Example 9. In other words, we are now travelling up and back down each shape. EXAMPLE 11 Now we expand things even further to five-string triad shapes. The motif featured in this example is played to a 16th-note triplet count, and we are moving down and up each shape. The pick directions in the transcription show one continuous sweep per beat, and you will benefit technically by focusing on ‘framing’ each shape with an upstroke for the highest note and a down-stroke for the lowest note.