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Diatonic Triads Exercise

#BASSNATION in this lesson I expand on the definition of Diatonic as I go over this exercise playing triads through the C major scale. This is a great exercise to get your brain and fingers wrapped around these triads in one position….and remember what goes up must come down, so dig in with me as we go up this interval of diatonic triads and then bring it back down with me!

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2 thoughts on “Diatonic Triads Exercise

  1. jorgbass

    Would it also be advisable to play the ascending sequence with descending triads (i.e. / g-e-c / a-f-d / b-g-e …) and in the descending sequence with ascending triads?Reason behind this is that those quick quarter-note hops with one finger always leave me feeling a bit awkward. Although they might pose a challenge in themselves.

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    • Daric Bennett

      That would definitely be a good exercise as well. It’s like I always say, take my exercises and run with them. You can do different combinations to challenge yourself. So I don’t opposed of doing it that way. I would just suggest that you try to master it both ways. It’ll only help in the long run

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