I've been a little underwhelmed with my guitar improvisations (classic scalar foundations) lately and I have been drawn to triad pairs as an area to explore. I begin to find myself playing more melodic phrases already now I am excited to have this path to take in the future. As a guitar player I can recommend this introduction, and all of Nick's triad pair tutorials and exercises. I especially enjoy his comments about the emotional sound evoked by various melodic paths.
Love it more work to do on it
Great presentation and information. Just beginning to utilize triad pairs for soloing and fret board knowledge and this helped me further my goal.
The material organized things very well for me and brought me a clear picture of this topic. Happy with it.
I have stubbled with finding concepts for improvising all my life. I’m an expert on scales but that is not enough. Triad pairs is an excellent concept beyond scales for making your solos interesting unpredictable.
Je regrette seulement de ne pas l’avoir découvert plus tôt... Excellent comme toutes le publications de Jazzduets.
So far , i've tried the pdf and wacthed the videos , it is very well invested.It is a great tool for practicing and internalyzing these concepts of improvisation. thank you for your effort.
Excellent. Well organized. Helped me to implement a practice routine with their progressive exercises
A very useful tool to improve my guitar style!!
Brilliant tuturial. No more extensive memorizing of scales but fast and effektive 3 note arppegios. To me these lines can be easy implied in my own playing, so i get a fast progress. Great.
Thanks for the content, I was looking for an introduction to the even triad, finally something interesting! See you soon!
Clear and logical .....straight to the point
Really well thought out material, works well for advanced guitar players. Only thing I was slightly disappointed with was the fact there isn’t any material in here that elaborates on using trias pairs over an entire chord progression and not just one static Chord. However I think this is because it’s an “introduction” to triad pairs. Hope to see this in the next version of this material. Great job overall. Much love from Australia
I just bought it, but I already find it very interesting. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
I have been playing guitar for over 10 years and I have always wanted to learn jazz. I am really glad that I found Nick's YouTube channel and JazzDuets. I bought the entire ''Guitar Bundle'' available here and I have to say, It is extremely useful for players like me who think they're stuck in a rut and want something new to explore. The exercises provided with the lesson are interesting, provides me with new ways of improvising, I am sure its going to keep me occupied for a long time.