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C MAJ.& BLUES SCALE BASS TRIADS
TUNING: OPTIONAL
TABBED BY: *—JESSICA—*

Triads are the chords of bass, they go into a lot of theory but
are just fun to play if your not really into theory. Triads are
the 1st, 3rd and 5th notes of a scale, in this case the C major scale
and the blues scale. To play triads doesnt require fingering
or strumming, it is just individual fingers on each note, I use
my pointer and middle fingers because its easier for me, but
feel free to experiment with triads, they are fun and If you have
any questions ask your bass teacher or e—mail me.

C MAJ. SCALE:

G.———————————2—4—5——
D.—————2—3—5————————
A.—3—5——————————————
E.——————————————————

BASIC TRIAD:

G.—————5——
D.———2————
A.—3——————
E.————————
C E C

BLUES SCALE (IN C):

G.———————————3—5—
D.———1—3—4—5—————
A.—3—————————————
E.———————————————

BLUES TRIAD:

G.—————0—
D.———3———
A.—3—————
E.———————

You can make a triad with any scale. Just remember the formula:
1st, 3rd, 5th note of the scale. Good luck!

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