Guitar Exercises – Permutations 4

In this final lesson in the series we’ll look at three note permutations and an interesting way to practice them.

Because these groupings only contain three notes they result in just 6 possible permutations as you can see below.

In lessons one and two in this series we looked at finger exercises which used four note groupings and all of the permutations that they offered.

In lesson three we started to take a look at exercise that use three note groupings.

In this final lesson in the series we'll look at three note permutations and an interesting way to practice them.

Because these groupings only contain three notes they result in just 6 possible permutations as you can see below.

All Permutations for Three Note Groupings

You could practice these permutations by simply picking one and zig-zagging it up the neck.

What I like to do however, is mix and match the permutations to create six note groupings that can be a bit more interesting and challenging.

The Mix & Match Practice Method Example

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