Upper Structure Triads: How To Play Them And Use Them

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Sometimes we wish for things and get them and then never realize the mess that comes with it.

For example, buying a house: it’s a gift because we have this amazing space and more room but what about everything else? Landscaping, maintenance, up keep, decorating, cleaning, the list goes on and on.

Well Upper Structure Triads can be a little bit like that if you’re not careful. They’re great to get you started and help teach you some quick cool sounds, but then what? Where do you go from there? That’s what I’ll help you with today.


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Brenden L

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