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C Minor Triad on the D, A, and E Strings


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We are now moving over to minor triad inversions using the D, A, and E string grouping; leaving us without an open string to reference.  We will take a look at these inversions using the notes of a C minor triad (C, Eb, and G.)  This is to conclude the string grouping concept and to also introduce these new and interesting chord shapes. We will than take a look at all three triads and inversions and play them in the style of Andy Hurley and Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy.) A slight muting with the right hand will be applied to fully maximize the rhythmic dynamic of these low chord voicings.
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