Minor Triads

  Minor triads are much like major triads, but played out of context they can sound a little ‘sadder’. Their construction is almost the same, however instead of 1, 3, and 5, we take 1, b3, and 5. To use the example of C Minor, we need to first start with the scale of C Major: C     D    … More Minor Triads

Major Triads

Triads are the basis of all western music and are indispensable to the aspiring musician regardless of style or musical preference. Every time you play a C, G, A, Am, D, E, Em etc chord on a guitar you are playing a triad. A triad is so called because it consists of 3 notes. The … More Major Triads