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GUITAR THEORY – Diminished Triads

by | Feb 13, 2018 | GUITAR, GUITAR THEORY

GUITAR THEORY – Diminished Triads

In this guitar theory tutorial made by Move Forward Guitar,  you are going to learn how to build diminished triads on your guitar fretboard. In music, a diminished triad, also known as the minor flatted fifth (m♭5), is a triad consisting of two minor thirds above the root — if built on C, a diminished triad would have a C, an E♭ and a G♭.

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Another very instructive and well explained tutorial from my friend Chad for guitar theory beginners.

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