This is a very cool concept that allows you to build lines by combining two different triads in different inversions.
Contains 7 video lessons with accompanying TAB and Practice Track mp3 files.
Triad Pairs 1
In this lesson we’ll look at the concept of Triad Pairs, and a few different way to apply them to the guitar. It’s a nice idea that is used a lot in jazz, and it instantly sounds great when you play it.
Triad Pairs 2
Getting the triad pairs idea up to blistering speeds.
Triad Pairs 3
Several more triad pairs in the same key, and some big sweeps.
Triad Pairs 4
Triad pairs within the whole tone scale.
Triad Pairs 5
In this lesson we’re introducing triad pairs from the harmonic minor scale. There are a couple of melodic ideas here that are pretty easy to learn and use, even though the topic may be complex.
Triad Pairs 6
Some longer lines (up to 2 octaves+) using the triad pairs from the harmonic minor scale
Triad Pairs 7
Slightly outside, major on minor, sound by using triad pairs from E harmonic minor scale on C minor chord.