15th Oct, Sussex Jazz Guitar School

Triad pairs, outside and scale notes, creating sequences and melodies

We will focus this week’s class on flying around the fretboard using triad pairs as a basis for improvising and coming up with many interesting ways to combine these together with chromatic and scale notes. How to relate them to certain chords. Looking at slash chords. This will also be used in chord melody soloing.

Your playing will really come alive with the approaches I will show you in this class and you will deepen your fretboard knowledge, note targeting and “Legato” feel and sound.

We will be using the whole length of the guitar neck and all string sets.

There will be plenty of steps involved so please have a note book, blank TAB , blank chord diagrams.

A good starting point so we are on the same page will be to know all the triad shapes of C major on all string sets.

C major triad ,

Root – C   (In Blue on diagram below)

3rd – E

5th -G

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