Ex­am­ples Stacked Tri­ads

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON -

Start­ing from ex­am­ple 6 CaGed shape #4, this 16th-note ex­am­ple shows how we needn’t com­pli­cate things Rather than think of spe­cific tri­ads, this can stack&ed be viewed in terms of a three-note mo­tif on each string. The re­sult is a se­ries of (with­oe­out tri­ads you need­ing to be con­scious of the name of each). ex­am­ple . This 7 ex­am­ple, which starts in shape #1, fea­tures stacked tri­ads in the same string-pair con­fig­u­ra­tion as ex­am­ple 4 (1-2-1-2-1-2); how­ever, this is ob­scured by the fact that the melody is dou­bling back through­out and, oc­ca­sion­ally tra­verses two triad shaoepes at the same time.

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