Is it worth the money? What exactly does he cover? Most of the country players I admire, view the fretboard in terms of triads and they say that they usually play out of the chord shape. I get the general idea of it, learn the triads all over the neck, learn the associated major scale and pentatonic scale for each triad, and then make melodies. Basically when the chord changes, switch to playing something from the current chords triad/scale/pentatonic. While this is a simple concept, it's still not clicking for me, and nothing I play sounds good to me. I am looking for something to explain it in a different way, and to provide examples of navigating the chord changes of a country, blues, jazz tune using this triads concept. Does Doug Seven's Pillars of Soloing cover this? It is pricy at almost $200. I actually bought his "Triads Mindset" lesson thinking that it would be what I am looking for, but it isn't, and he doesn't cover a lot. I don't want to land in the same situation again when I feel like I have wasted my money. Anyone with any insight on this course, if you can please provide a review, that would be great.