http://www.GuitarToolbox.com Major scale root inversion triads on the first 3 strings of the guitar. These triad shapes come from the major scale Master Patt…
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23 Responses to Learn Guitar – 03 – Major Scale Triads Part 1

  • bobmay May says:

    Thank you for this lesson I am just starting and this has been really
    useful.

  • Max Barrett says:

    Thanks JB … Your lessons are the best out there for sure..I don’t think I
    would add a thing … your diagrams are spot on & easy to understand..I
    think your method is the right way to teach theory ..less confusing when
    the pics are marked as you learn. 

  • jendunn says:

    thanks. very helpful to see your diagram

  • tamedturtle85 says:

    I IV V of ANY KEY is the most common/basic song writing sequence in western
    music, whether it be major or minor. The key is where the harmonic center
    (think the tonic/root of the chord) of the sequence. If this is Cmaj chord
    C would be tonic. In a maj key if you look at all the chords(triads) you
    can place those chords in C the see maj scale. DEFetc. use those tonics
    with their triads Dm(DF#A) NOTICE Dmaj(DFA) wait F# not in Cmaj scale but F
    is in music theory we use Dm in Cmaj bc share notes

  • Bryson wolfe says:

    please continue the lessons they are helping more than you know. thanks

  • bobert13581 says:

    excellent lesson and great presentation! explaining it while drawing all
    over the diagram is a very effective learning method. I will recommend
    these to others.

  • sparkyknees says:

    After months of trying to get my head around how triads fit on the
    fretboard,this visual interpretation is fantastic!!!, I had it all sussed
    in a couple of hours!!!

  • tortoiseutube says:

    @tclf @tclf The quick answer is that the ‘minor’ scale is the same as the
    major scale. Uses the exact same notes. Not enough space to explain here.
    Go to my website and subscribe. I’ll teach you all about it. GuitarToolbox

  • danl48625 says:

    sir,you are very very helpful,god bless

  • garpprag1 says:

    Thankyou,This is the best instructional approach i`ve come across.Please
    keep posting your videos.

  • AlphonsusMusic says:

    Thanks this is helpful.

  • Fahim Murshed says:

    great video!! keep em coming!

  • ShokoLied says:

    One question, I sortof get whats going on, but if i “Just memorize them all
    by heart, is it that important to know the math behind it for actual
    playing?

  • pliskinn0089 says:

    why DFG is not a major chord , dint D F# G is suposed to be the minor. I
    undestand everyting but that

  • kuwidawka says:

    great lesson 5/5

  • tortoiseutube says:

    @verypeachy1 The triads always follow the same order… maj, mi, mi maj,
    maj, mi, dim for whatever MAJOR scale/key you use.E.g, move the whole thing
    up 2 frets and you’ll have the triads for D major scale/key. The important
    thing to realize is that the order of triads is always the same. It’s where
    you ,move them to that changes the key. Does that help?

  • SUPAAMANI says:

    man, kick ass lessons, clear and crisp explanations, cheers mate, im from
    nz too

  • tamedturtle85 says:

    @tamedturtle85 Haha that minor7 my bad see i still get confused its (135b7)
    is maj dominate 7

  • JMJ339 says:

    Thanks for your time!!!!!!! very helpful !!!!! I wish took this road
    25years ago when I started… I was dragged down it but took a lot of left
    and rights….All I wanted to do is play and I have been. mostly by ear…
    But now I am finding out what and why???? Thanks Again!!!!!!!!!

  • tubejogger says:

    Great Lesson. Clear and simple. Many thanks for your great videos.

  • tamedturtle85 says:

    I IV V of ANY KEY is the most common/basic song writing sequence in western
    music, whether it be major or minor. The key is where the harmonic center
    (think the tonic/root of the chord) of the sequence. If this is Cmaj chord
    C would be tonic. In a maj key if you look at all the chords(triads) you
    can place those chords in C the see maj scale. DEFetc. use those tonics
    with their triads Dm(DF#A) NOTICE Dmaj(DFA) wait F# not in Cmaj scale but F
    is in music theory we use Dm in Cmaj bc share note

  • TheJetfighter666 says:

    Thank you .This is a wonderful post .Very helpful and slow enough even for
    me to follow.Thank you so much!. I could listen to your voice all day.
    There is very relaxing quality about it.

  • noazarkle says:

    I can make out a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel.Many thanks.Wish
    I had madethe effort years ago.

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