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Playing chords in Open-E: Triads

This week I am going to go over how to build triads in Open-E tuning. Triads are basic chords that are the foundation of harmony. They are built from the intervals 1, 3, and 5. Meaning, if we were in the key of C, the notes would be C, E, and G. Below is simple fingering for a triad, along with a fuller sounding barre chord.

If you are interested in learning more licks like this in Open-E, you can contact me at jarredgarneau@gmail.com to set up a lesson. If you would like to support my efforts in form of donation my Paypal is jarredgarneau@gmail.com and my Venmo is Jarred-Garneau

-Jarred



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