We are going to explore and understand how to create this wide interval triads, which sounds so great and can be used for both chord playing as well as lead playing.
First, you will learn the theory behind the construction of these triads, as well as the concept of harmonizing the major scale using them.
Next, you will find out how to play these triad voicings on 3 different string sets.
Then, you have Soundslice exercises for playing up and down the neck, one exercise for each string set.
Lastly, I have put together 5 licks using this wide interval triads concept. These licks are quite fast and challenging, and they probably work more for melodic rock situations than for blues. However, YOU get to choose where you use them. Anytime you want a minor or major triad, grab one of these triad voicings instead! This will help you break out of a rut and inspire you to find your own voice on the guitar.