This is a short guitar study that combines various chord voicings and melodic patterns based on the F major scale. This study includes a short video demonstration as well as a free (or give what you want) downloadable PDF guide for reference and practice.
Triads are one of the first harmonic tools to study. They are very useful for comping and chordal enrichment. Learning close and open triad voicings increase your harmonic knowledge and at the same time help you discover your fretboard.
In this lesson you will see the main triad chord shapes including root positions and inversions. You will also find some ideas on how to use triads over a II V I sequence, in order to create interesting melodic movement in your comping.