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  1. So.
  2. If we take our sequence
  3. G, C, G, D
  4. what we need to learn now is how to move
    our triad shape around.
  5. So, the very first one that we looked at,
  6. the very first shape,
  7. . . .
  8. the one down on the 3rd fret,
  9. we already talked about that the root note
  10. was the note on the thinnest string
  11. at the 3rd fret.
  12. So, that chord becomes G
  13. because the note at the third fret on the thinnest string is the note G.
  14. So, that becomes G chord
  15. or G Major, or G Major triad,
    you can call it what you like,
  16. or just G is OK as well.
  17. So, that's G, now.
  18. Let's say that we want to use that same shape
    and make it a C chord.
  19. Now, the thing that you...
  20. The importance of knowing
    where your root note is that
  21. all you have to do is move that
    root note to the note C
  22. and you've got yourself a C chord. So,
  23. the root note was on the
    thinnest string at the third fret,
  24. that was the note G.
  25. Now, hopefully most of you
    are starting to get to know
  26. the names of the notes on the guitar.
  27. It's really, really important.
    If you're not,
  28. you definitely want to go
    to check out the web site
  29. and suss out some ways to do that.
  30. The note C
  31. is found at the 8th fret
  32. on the thinnest string.
  33. So now we're just going to use that same
  34. -- I'm kind of going to call it shape one --
  35. the same shape that we started off with in G
  36. down at the 3rd fret.
  37. . . .
  38. We now move it up to the 8th fret
  39. . . .
  40. And we've got our C chord.
  41. So, G down at the 3rd fret:
  42. . . .
  43. 8th fret:
  44. . . .
  45. C chord.
  46. Now, we said our progression
    was going to back to G,
  47. so back all the way to the 3rd fret:
  48. . . .
  49. And now we want a D chord.
  50. Now, hopefully most of you know that
  51. D is one tone higher than C.
  52. So, if C was at the 8th fret,
  53. D must be at the 10th fret.
  54. . . .
  55. We're just going to strum the chord once,
  56. just so you can hear what is going on.
  57. So, we'd be going G:
  58. . . .
  59. 2, 3, up to C:
  60. C (plays)
  61. 2, 3, 4
  62. back to G (plays)
  63. 2, 3, and up to D
  64. . . .
  65. 2, 3, 4.
  66. G (plays)
  67. 2, 3, 4
  68. Up to C (plays)
  69. 2, 3, 4
  70. Back to G (plays)
  71. 2, 3, 4
  72. And up to D (plays)
  73. 2, 3, 4.
  74. Now, what you want to try
    and have it a go at now is
  75. getting your mate or, you know,
  76. your buddy or, if you've got a
    recording device, record yourslef
  77. just playing G (plays).
  78. In fact, I'll play rhythm guitar now.
  79. I'm changing the lesson all the way through this time!
    This is quite funny.
  80. So, I'm going to play now the sequence
  81. G, C, G and D
  82. And what I want you to try and do is
  83. move your chord and go:
  84. G from there, up to the C (plays),
  85. back to the G (plays)
  86. and up to the D (plays).
  87. So here we go:
  88. 3
  89. 4
  90. G
  91. . . .
  92. To C.
  93. . . .
  94. Back to G.
  95. . . .
  96. And up to D.
  97. . . .
  98. Now, I'll do it again, so you should be
    in third fret now.
  99. . . .
  100. and then you're going to move up
    to the 8th fret.
  101. . . .
  102. Back to the 3rd fret.
  103. . . .
  104. And then up to the 10th fret.
  105. . . .
  106. And you finish on the G.
  107. Now, you can either just strum this chord,
  108. just like here (plays):
  109. 2, 3, 4
  110. And then up to C (plays).
  111. Or you can make a pattern,
  112. You could go:
  113. . . .
  114. And then to C:
  115. . . .
  116. 4
  117. 1 and, 2 and, 3
  118. 4
  119. 1 and, 2 and, 3
  120. 4
  121. You can do it anyway you want.
  122. You could go:
  123. . . .
  124. It doesn't really matter.
  125. You can kind of play about with the rhythm
    a little bit yourself.
  126. In fact, that's one of the things that will
    keep it interesting
  127. if you're jamming with your buddy
  128. and he's playing the chords
  129. and you get to play about with the triads,
  130. it kind of makes it fun.
  131. You'll find that the sound that I've got
    has a little bit of delay on it
  132. and I think a little bit of chorus as well.
  133. And that kind of sound is nice one:
  134. a clean guitar sound playing triads,
  135. while an acoustic guitar plays the chords:
  136. Bellissimo!
  137. Beautiful, beautiful sound.
  138. So, that's something you want to have
    a little bit of play about with.
  139. Just experiment with the
    rhythm that you use.
  140. Now, that's just using shape one,
  141. but we've got three shapes
    that we can deal with.
  142. So, the second shape
  143. that we looked at was the one...
    the G chord
  144. based around the 7th fret.
  145. . . .
  146. Now, in that shape, the root note was
    on the second string.
  147. . . .
  148. That's the note G, and the reason
    that this is a G chord,
  149. or a G triad,
  150. is because third finger in this case
    is on the root note,
  151. which is the note G at the 8th fret
    of the 2nd string.
  152. Now, we are going to stick with our
    same little chord sequence
  153. G, C, G, D.
  154. So, if we want to move this one
  155. to a C chord
  156. we have to put the note on the 2nd string
  157. onto the note C.
  158. So, those of you who now, get to it now.
  159. Those of you who don't
  160. we're going to now move that third finger
  161. up to the 13th fret
  162. of the 2nd string.
  163. . . .
  164. That would now be a C chord.
  165. So, your hand is now up to the 12th fret.
  166. . . .
  167. Now we go back to G,
    which is based around the 7th fret.
  168. . . .
  169. With the root note on 8th fret, of course.
  170. Not forgetting where the root note is.
  171. Knowing the root note is the most important thing about this exercise.
  172. . . .
  173. And then, if we want to go to a D chord,
  174. Well, we've got our little D chord (plays)
  175. Hey hey!
  176. You already know...
  177. You probably already familiar with D chord,
  178. at least you should be, if you're now
    doing this lesson on triads.
  179. So.
  180. And that one would be,
    of course, the root note
  181. on the 3rd fret of the 2nd string.
  182. And...
  183. I mean, it wouldn't hurt if you played
    the open D string as well,
  184. like a regular D chord, but
  185. for this exercise I'd recommend that you don't.
  186. Just play the three strings
    that your fingers are on.
  187. So, in this one,
  188. you use the same sequence as before,
  189. we're going to have G
  190. . . .
  191. 2, 3
  192. Up to C.
  193. (plays) 1, 2, 3
  194. Back to G.
  195. (plays) 2, 3
  196. And then all the way down to D.
  197. (plays) 2, 3 and
  198. Through that again:
  199. (plays) G, 2, 3.
  200. All the way up to C, 12th fret,
  201. (plays) 2, 3
  202. and then back to the 7th fret,
  203. . . .
  204. for the G chord,
  205. and then down to the 2nd fret for D.
  206. . . .
  207. And then through this.
  208. And so on.
  209. And again, you could change
    just the rhythm of it.
  210. You don't have to
    just do this one strum,
  211. if you want to change the rhythm
    or pick out the notes individually
  212. that will sound cool.
  213. Now, I'm going to play
    the chords again for you,
  214. just so you can practice
  215. moving that little triad shape
  216. from one part of the neck to the other.
  217. So, we are using the one that
    looks like a D chord.
  218. We're going to be moving it...
  219. I'm going to talk about
    the root notes now.
  220. The root note is at the
    8th fret for the first shape,
  221. for the G chord:
  222. . . .
  223. The root note is at the
    13th fret for the C chord:
  224. . . .
  225. Back to the 8th fret:
  226. . . .
  227. And down to the 3rd fret:
  228. . . .
  229. So, last time through I was
    describing where the first finger sat.
  230. That time I'm talking about
    where the root note is.
  231. What fret the root note is on,
  232. because that's the bit
    I really want you to remember.
  233. So, here we go, I'll play the chords now,
  234. and I'm going to be calling
    the fret that the root note is in,
  235. which is the note that you'll be playing
  236. in this case with your third finger.
  237. So. Important: check out the shapes,
  238. make sure you know where they are
  239. and then have a go at playing along.
  240. Here we go:
  241. So, 3, 4. G Chord.
  242. . . .
  243. That was at the 8th fret.
  244. To C.
  245. Right up in the 13th fret you should be now.
  246. Back to G.
  247. . . .
  248. To the root note at the 8th.
  249. To D.
  250. . . .
  251. And again.
  252. . . .
  253. You should be at the 8th fret now.
  254. You're going to C.
  255. . . .
  256. Right up to the 13th.
  257. Back to G.
  258. . . .
  259. Which had the root note in the 8th.
  260. And then to D.
  261. . . .
  262. The third shape that we talked about,
  263. I'll be calling it shape 3,
  264. is the one that's kind of based around
    the 10th or 12th fret,
  265. and the root note is on the 3rd string,
  266. so we've got our third finger
  267. on the root note, little finger underneath,
  268. and first finger back in the 10th fret.
  269. So, it's going 12-12-10.
  270. And that is the G chord.
  271. . . .
  272. Now, if we want to change that one to
  273. a C chord,
  274. we need to find the note C
    on the 3rd string.
  275. So, again,
  276. those of you who know where that is,
    go to it now,
  277. and for those of you who don't,
  278. we're going to slide our shape
    right down here,
  279. because the note C is the 5th fret
    of the 3rd string.
  280. So we are using that
    same shape again:
  281. . . .
  282. And we've got our little C chord.
  283. And then we go back to G:
  284. . . .
  285. With the root note on the 12th fret.
  286. And then we've got to get to D.
  287. Hopefully you remember,
  288. D is just one tone
  289. or two semitones, two frets,
  290. higher than the C.
  291. So that would put the root note
    at the 7th fret.
  292. . . .
  293. First finger is obviously going to be
    in the 5th fret for that one.
  294. So, it's just going 7-7-5.
  295. And again, we take it through that
    same sequence again,
  296. So this time we have
  297. G
  298. . . .
  299. down to C
  300. . . .
  301. back to G
  302. . . .
  303. and then down to D
  304. . . .
  305. Here we go again:
  306. G
  307. . . .
  308. Down to C
  309. . . .
  310. Back up to G
  311. . . .
  312. And then to D
  313. . . .
  314. OK, here we go,
  315. I'm going to play some
    chords for you now
  316. to have a go at moving that around,
  317. Here we go, so:
  318. 2, 3, 4
  319. G:
  320. . . .
  321. Sliding it down to C:
  322. . . .
  323. Back to G:
  324. . . .
  325. And then up to the D chord:
  326. . . .
  327. or rather DOWN to the D chord.
  328. . . .
  329. G
  330. . . .
  331. Over the C.
  332. . . .
  333. Down the... root note at the 5th string...
  334. 5th fret.
  335. Back up to G:
  336. . . .
  337. And then to the D.