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How to learn spread triads in Open-E

Updated: Nov 13, 2021

Spread triads are a fun way to play your triads. Spread triads are formed by taking the middle note in the chord and moving it up an octave. So if we are forming a C chord (C - E - G: Intervals 1-3-5) we take the E and move it up an octave. The new spelling of the chord would be C - G - E. The result is a triad with bit more character.

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