EX­AM­PLES LAT­ERAL USE OF MIXOLY­DIAN TRI­ADS

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

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.

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