Ex­am­ples Stacked Tri­ads

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON -

ex­am­ple 3 This starts with≤ the parental triad, fol­lowed by an em and d #be­fore triad pair fin­ish­ing on a melody based around a C#dim triad. ex­am­ple 4 This is the first of a se­ries of ex­am­ples based around stacked tri­ads. It starts in shape #2 and il­lus­trates how tri­ads can be stacked on top cas~e~,o~n of each other in vis­ual terms (in this the sixth and fifth; fourth and third; sec­ond and first strings). The re­sul­tant pat­terns, which span all six strings in each po­si­tion are rem­i­nis­cent of those used by Richie Kotzen. ex­am­ple 5 Here, we’re us­ing ex­tended tech­nique (left and right-hand

(six­teen notes tap­ping) to crank the tempo up to sex­tu­plets per click). The root note of each triad stems from each new string. Ge­o­graph­i­cally, this ex­am­ple starts in #3 and then oc­cu­pies an area shared by shapes #4 and #3 be­fore fin­ish­ing in shape #2.

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