Berklemusic-Triads in Root Position 2 (cont.)  

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To get used to the sound of the major triad, let's practice playing major triads up the fretboard, one fret at a time, on the top string set 1-2-3. While difficult to execute on most musical instruments, moving up one fret at a time, also called "in half-steps," on the guitar neck is one of the easiest ways to accustom yourself to a voicing shape.

1. Play major triads in all twelve keys, moving up the fretboard one fret at a time, in half steps on the first set of three strings, as shown in figure 1.1 of page 1. Play a triad based on each of these notes.

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