Anyone can sound good by learning tapping through tabs. But what REALLY makes them stick? We will take an in depth and rarely seen view of the topic. Warning, you may be exposed to some theory!

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```17t^0^5  A,E,A

20t^0^8  C,E,C

17^0^12 (sounds pretty trippy)  A,E,E

20^0^12 (more trippy tapping)```
As you can see I took one tapping idea and made it into many. As long as the triad note are there, some or all of them, you can make some pretty out there ideas. Knowing triads not only helps me with tapping, I can also come up with novel chord ideas. For example knowing my notes on the neck and my Am triad notes allowed me to make my own Am chord. Here it is.
```-0-
-13-
-9-
-10-
-0-
-x-```
I hope this inspires you to learn your triads, your notes on the neck, so that with tapping or just about anything you want to do, you can stretch your creative boundaries in ways you may have never yet thought of. Now, I'll get you started by giving you the frets and notes for the remaining two tapping triads I discussed in the beginning, and I'll leave the rest up to you to explore ways to creatively tap out these ideas. Look at F major - that is F A C - on the 1 string F is 1, 13 A is 5 and 17, and C is 8 and 20 Maybe 20t^17^13? Or 13t^5^8t^1? Lots of possibilities... E major is E G# and B - on the 1st string E is 0 or 12, G# is 4 or 16, and B is 7 or 19. You get the idea. Don't just learn licks and lick forms - create. Have fun, and if I can answer any questions for those wanting to learn theory, or how do you learn these triads and notes anyways? Just drop me a note and I'll do my best to shine a little light your way. Best, Sean