Triadic Hacks That Open Up Your Creativity! 

The art of crafting guitar solos extends beyond just copying a bunch of licks and arranging them in a certain way. Due to the melodic and singable nature of most of the greatest solos, they are quite easy to remember.

In this lesson, we are learning to use triad shapes to start playing stronger melodic solos based on triad patterns.

It is generally accepted that melodies in general, and solos in particular,
include chord tones and non-chord tones.
With the progression of the song, many of the notes that were once chord tones could now become non-chord tones or vice versa as things progress.

I am sure you have noticed that sometimes a note sounds right at one point,
but four beats later it sounds odd.

In order to play a better, more memorable solo, you need to know how to hit chord tones correctly and make them feel and sound like musical phrases.

The good news is that chord shapes can help us find chord tones quite easily. 

Here are 5 ways I like to approach triads on guitar 

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It is finally here!