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Windowpane  
30 Nov 2006 15:00 | Quote
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I've got those patterns down. I work my way up and down them and i can remember them pretty good. Where should I go from here? Should I try playing the patterns starting on different notes to see what different "keys" would sound like? Or leanr this CAGED theory everyone is talking about. Thanks for all the help you guys have given. it's be TREMENDOUS!
Windowpane  
30 Nov 2006 17:24 | Quote
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And whats a triad?
Jeremy_Langford  
30 Nov 2006 22:10 | Quote
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well im sorta new to theory but i kno what CAGED is...................when u play a scale pattern starting on any other fret other than open or 12 then its a different scale then the name of the form....................the way to kno what from it is is using CAGED........................because the way the guitars tuning pattern works, there are major scale that can be used to play any scale musically...............if ur playin a c form and take the from up one position the scale is A................this is because A is after C in CAGED...............if u take an E form and do the same it becomes a D scale................



and a triad is a 3 note chord...............major= 1,3,5
Moonlit  
30 Nov 2006 23:40 | Quote
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The CAGED system helps to find many shapes of the same chord. If you haven't already noticed, there are different shapes you can put your fingers in to get different types of chords. An example is an open E chord:

e|-0-
b|-0-
g|-1-
d|-2-
a|-2-
e|-0-


If you look at a Major barre chord, such as C major, it has the same shape:

e|-7
b|-7
g|-8
d|-9
a|-9
e|-7


This is the "E" shape of the CAGED system. This works for C,A,G, and D open chord shapes also. Cyberfret.com has a good explanation on it.


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