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Learn and Master Guitar: Eric Johnson Triads

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In the video above you learn about incorporating Triads into your guitar solos to add more color to your playing.  Steve Krenz demonstrates playing Triads in the key of G and plays the root, D on the 4th string (Twelve fret) and B on the 2nd string to make the up the triad.  You’ll see him move the triads during his solo as well so you can some pick up some times on how he does this.

Try playing along to add some spice to your soloing for more creativity in your playing.  Also check out Cliffs of Dover by Eric Johnson below for some good examples of how to successfully incorporate Triads into your playing.


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