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A Major Triad on the B, G, and D Strings


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Using the notes of an A major chord (A, C#, and E,) we are going to take a look at all three triad inversions up the B, G, and D strings. All will be played with an open A string ringing as a reference tone. We will than use those A major triad inversions to play a rock rhythm example in the style of Tom Higgenson (The Plain White T's.) The tone for this example will be played clean to replicate an acoustic guitar in a pop rock musical setting.
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