Learning Spread Voice Triads with Hendrix
Music Theory: Level 3 • 3m 24s
As many of you probably know, Jimi Hendrix was a big fan of triads, in all their iterations. Spread voiced triads are especially useful when you want a bit more open sounding compliment to the music happening around you.
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