Exploring Major Triads on `Ukulele Using a I IV I V Progression - Key of G

Solutions for playing a common 1 4 1 5 progression using G, C and D triads on the string 1 2 3 set.

Published: Feb 27, 2013 Updated: Feb 27, 2013

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Exploring major triads using the primary chords of G major. Triads are one of the first chords that really bring to light the need to know the notes of the neck. This lessons shows the three voicings and the solutions for playing a common 1 4 1 5 progression using G, C and D triads on the string 1 2 3 set.


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