#1
So, I have learned how to transcribe lead guitar to great success. I understand how to find key and mode, but how do I find chords? Like I get how to use 5th and 6th string root chords, etc, etc, and I am good at lead, but struggle with finding the actual chord. I don't know what a triad is, or how find the actual chord they're playing, (like playing a fifth or sixth string root chord as a place holder as opposed to whether its a 7th or dminished chord or w/e) Like I know scale theory and how you can use that to find the bass note and lead guitar parts, but kinda confused on chords.
#2
The chords are not isolated to one instrument in a whole ensemble. Lead guitar carries the melody line usually; chords are a part of harmony, another important part of music.

A good idea is to write down the notes that are playing at one time. Can you feel chord changes at least?
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lots of flirting with the other key without confirming. JUST LIKE THEIR LOVE IN THE MOVIE OH DAMN.
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you're acting like you have perfect pitch or something