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Electric Country Guitar Lessons: Mapping Out the Triads - Key of E

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Okay mapping out the triads again,
we're gonna do E now.
And we'll just do the groups
of three strings.
Again like we've been doing
just to visualize and
see how these all relate to each other.
So we're gonna do the open three strings.
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We'll go back down.
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Okay, now we're gonna do the middle open.
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Okay, now we're gonna do
the most common E position here.
I'm not sure what you call this,
upper middle
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So these three,
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Okay, and then we'll do the low strings.
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So those are the E triads.
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