Lead Guitar CREATIVITY & Versatility With TRIADS (Hundreds Of Possibilities)

Tommaso Zillio

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Aren’t you bored out of your mind to play the same thing on your guitar, day in and day out?

I’m totally going to assume a ‘yes’ answer to this question. If you have answered ‘no’… then I’ll see you next week :)

If you have answered ‘yes’: well, I was bored too.

Until one day I made a new-year resolution to play “something new every day”.

Easier said than done.

How do we invent something new every day?

Well… once you put your mind to it, it’s actually not that hard.

I could make a long speech here, but I think it’s more efficient if I show you an example.

In this video we’re taking something as simple as a triad arpeggio…

…and we’re finding a 3-figures number of ways of playing it.

and, believe it or not, I’m holding back ;-)

Now, a fair warning: if you are a perfectionist and get get discouraged or overwhelmed when you see hundreds of possibilities and variations…

… if seeing all these possibilities feel like ‘homework’ to you…

…then don’t watch this video. I don’t want you to feel bad.

If instead you are like me…

…and when you see hundred of possibilities you feel like it’s Christmas every day because you are not going to get bored…

… then this video is for you.

Let’s have fun:

And if you like the idea of playing triads rather than scales in your solos, but you do not know how to go about it…

… here’s a video that helps you get started in doing just that:

Clearly there is more than just this. If you know your triads on your guitar - and you know how to ‘connect’ them - and you know how to visualize your fretboard - then the sky’s the limit.

If you always wanted to understand your guitar fretboard and finally unlock the full harmonic power of your guitar - from rhythm guitar to chord melodies - without going crazy in the process, then what you want is to take the Complete Chord Mastery guitar course because you deserve it.


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