Guitar Major Triad Inversions
Typically guitar chords are played as 5 or 6 note bar chords or open guitar chords at the neck. But also commonly guitar chords can be played as 3 note triads.
Guitar Minor Triad Inversions
Guitar triads are 3 string chords achieved by muting the unplayed strings. Instead of playing bar chords & open chords, chords can be voiced in 3 note groups.
Metal Style Guitar Scales (3 Notes Per String)
Metal style guitar scales always uses three notes per string and always moves the fingers up the fretboard in a diagonal pattern. This style is common in metal.
Travis Style Fingerpicking
Travis style fingerpicking, named after guitarist Merle Travis, is a guitar technique for right hand picking commonly played on a steel string acoustic guitar.