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Lesson ID: TB212

In this lesson, we’ll use the simplest chord forms called triads to map out a solo covering different zones of the fretboard.

You’ll learn:

  • What Triads Are and How to Use their Inversions
  • How to Use Linking Notes to Tie Triads Together
  • How to Use Triads as Anchor Points on the Fretboard While Playing Lead

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