Watch the Mini Me online guitar lesson by Matthieu Brandt from Guitar Lab: Triads and Hendrixian Double Stops
In the examples we worked with up to now, we mainly used the triad system for major chords. We focused on the I, IV and V triads being major and derived the minor triads from them. But this same approach also works when the i, iv and v chords are minor.
In this lesson we'll look at an intense example featuring minor triads in an arrangement for two guitars. Guitar number one plays a funky groove with fills and the electric guitar needs to find a part that fits and that's not boring.
Rhythmically it's always good to look for a hole; play where the other player(s) are NOT playing.