Below: Cycle of 4ths using triplets in one position on the guitar fingerboard.
Ascending: Cycle of 4ths
Descending: Cycle [as Cycle of 5ths]
To create strength and consistency to our playing it is best to employ “Tetrachords”
But, what is a Tetrachord?
A tetrachord is a 4 note grouping.
When you play through the exercise you will be aware of the employment of Pentatonic’s, Major/Minor arpeggios and plain arpeggios. This in turn gives us easy fingering and fluidity in the picking hand and the fretting hand.
NOTICE THE REPEATED PATTERN AND GUITAR FINGERING.
DIAGRAM EXPLANATION BELOW:
THE CYCLE OF 4THS [and 5ths]
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