Chord Triangulation - Part 1 - by Brad Laird is a downloadable Quicktime lesson which teaches you how to play mandolin chord progressions (songs) using just a few basic chord forms played in clusters and patterns using numbers instead of note names. Learning to play songs using this technique frees you from having to think about the chord names and makes moving to other keys a lot easier! The lesson includes five MP3 practice tracks and a PDF file with the chord charts and additional information. This lesson is part of a series which continues in Part 2.
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Length: 17 minutes
Size: 134.6 mb
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Brad, I am learning to play the mandolin with your video series and just want to let you know how much I am enjoying the lessons. FINALLY! Someone who actually makes sense when explaining music theory! Your lessons are so clear, complete and concise….certainly beats the gibberish and ‘secret speak’ I’ve heard from others.
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