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GUITAR THEORY – Augmented Triads

by | Feb 22, 2018 | GUITAR, GUITAR THEORY

GUITAR THEORY – Augmented Triads

In this guitar theory tutorial made by Move Forward Guitar, you are going to understand what is an augmented triads on guitar. In music, an augmented triad is a triad, or chord, consisting of two major thirds (an augmented fifth). The term augmented triad arises from an augmented triad being considered a major chord whose top note (fifth) is raised, or augmented.

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