Power Chord Exercise
Play the power chord exercise as written.
Say the root name as you play each for 4 beats. Make sense of the naturally occurring half steps. Memorize names for each position.
A mode is a scale. A scale which produces a distinct and recognizable sound. We can 'create' them in different ways. One way is to think in terms of a parent key; from where it can be derived. Another is to use a common shell and add tones. Even another is to use paralleling.
Doublestops on the open strings. GB together. Think like those are the 3 & 2 open in tablature. Open 3 & 2 together looks like what you see above.
We've drawn some lines, but all of them could be connected. Use the chord wheel and meander around. Let your eyes fall onto next chord you will change to. Go in every order imaginable. Connect everything to everything.