Jovanna Lopez (el 30/09/13 a las 12:01 am)
Hey Justin could you please show how to play that reggae riff that you
played on the triad lesson I would really appreciate it thanks.
Nigelson (el 17/09/08 a las 4:08 pm)
Nope. Power chords aren't actually chords at all, because they have only
two different notes instead of three.
Ricky Malenke (el 25/10/08 a las 6:44 am)
wow. so those are called Triads huh. Ive been playing for like 7 years..
but ive had no lessons or any theory. latley i just told my self i better
pick up some theory on good ol you tube. i picked up the triads by ear, i
had no idea what they were called, but they are very fun to play for
raggae. i know alot of diffrent scales, chords and modes i guess u can say,
classical style, neo classical style, arabic style, blues, metal, rock jazz
but i have no idea in words what im playing LOL
huachiman7 (el 17/09/08 a las 3:38 pm)
Justin--is that a new Strat?
JesseJames58 (el 12/07/10 a las 3:17 am)
Jesse J You are awesome in your defining and explanations. I have found a
deeper interest in this now. Thank you very much Justin.
Misha Ulmet (el 17/09/08 a las 9:50 am)
gunsnrosescovers (el 04/03/11 a las 10:08 pm)
John Stewart (el 31/05/10 a las 2:34 am)
for the last triad shape at the 12th fret I like to use my middle finger on
the G string, ring finger on the B string, and index on the e string
Topdoginuk (el 18/09/08 a las 1:18 pm)
Great lesson Justin. People, Justin needs donations to keep free lessons
going. Do consider contributing if you are able. Too many Freeloaders don't.
Steaksngainers (el 23/11/09 a las 9:43 pm)
just learn some songs, then, skip theory. If you're only learning to
impress a girl then I doubt you've got much potential as a writer. Just
learn "what i got", "badfish" and some fuckin' jack johnson and you should
be able to get enough pussy to get by on.