I – IV Triads Practice
The I – IV major triad progression is extremely common, and you need to know how to easily and effortlessly go between these two triads, anywhere on the neck.
That is exactly what we are going to do today.
I have prepared an overview and explanation, free to anyone, but the real meat and potatoes are in the Soundslice exercises.
Let’s get to it, and go to the explanation of it first, then you will find the Soundslice exercises below, on the course page.
Make sure you take your time learning these triad voicings. Start without Soundslice first, just getting used to the voicings on the fretboard. Then, try slowing down Soundslice a bit. It’s extremely important that you learn at the correct pace for you. If you ever feel that you are guessing, just stop. Take your time to review the triads, and it’s a good idea to use just a metronome and then go up and down the neck with these triad voicings. Don’t rush it! You must KNOW where the triads are, before you commit to the full exercise, or to a real world situation.
Let me know if you have any questions.I – IV Triads Exercise