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Triads in Action

LESSON ID: PC024

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In this mini-course, we’ll continue working with simple 3-note chords (triads) in a real bluesy composition. We’ll make use of the basic major triad but also the pesky diminished and augmented chords as well.

I strongly recommend checking out Tuesday Blues #213 along with this mini-course.

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