This lesson will cover triad chords found in the A Harmonic Minor Scale.
Just a brief explanation on triads - Triads are 3 note chords built by stacking 3rds. You have a Major 3rd and minor 3rd. A Major 3rd is 2 hole steps (4 frets apart) and a minor 3rd is 1 1/2 steps (3 frets apart).
For example, if you are on the 5th fret and go up a Major 3rd you will end up on the 9th fret. If you wish to go down a minor 3rd from the 9th fret you'll end up on the 6th fret.
The notes used in the A Harmonic Minor Scale are: A, B, C, D, E, F, G#
Here are the triad chords found in A Harmonic Minor tabbed out:
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