Great serial Pedja, I love these open triad sounds.
I noted however that the text on the part 2 is completely the same as for part 1 :-)
Thank you Roger!
The text is not exactly the same The intro part will stay the same as that is theory and harmony behind the whole series. Also the ending part is the same explaining what you will gain from this lesson part and series. The middle part where I lay out all the chords is different
Well, I don't get it ...
You wrote in part 2 e.g.:
"Notice that in this lesson we covered 3 ways of playing those chords. Root on 6th, 5th and 4th string is used. So you get 3 ways how to play one root inversion triad all over the guitar neck!"
In part 1 you did this ... in part 2 you did not have the root note on the lowest string, but you used inversions instead (so Root on 4th, 3rd and 2nd), or am I completely mistaking here?
That should say 3rd note on the lowest string - typo. I was referring to this part before
As you see, we took second note and put it up an octave. Here is a layout of all 1st inversion Open triads in G major.
G major : B G D
A minor : C A E
B minor : D B F#
C major : E C G
D major : F# D A
E minor : G E B
F# diminished: A F# C
Ah ok, sorry for the confusion then
No problem Roger. I am glad you are reading the long text
I love doing voicing using triad shapes on this part. Will try practicing it on a chord progression. This is awesome!