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A Simple Way To Practice Arpeggios

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Hello all, this week I'm showing you a rudimentary way to play through these slightly more complex chord changes using known chord shapes to yield arpeggios. Why is this important? Well, at first it gives you anchor notes that will work and that you can go to when you get lost. Eventually it can help you to visualize the changing landscape of the fingerboard as chords change.

Fun times!





Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Chris Eldridge
Julian Lage
Tony Rice
Any Old Time
Jimmie Rodgers

Print Print Chords & Tab

Loop 0:00 Run-Through of Arpeggio Based Solo


Download the Sheet Music PDF


Loop 0:19 Breakdown of How To Use Arpeggios

Loop 16:00 Practice Loop






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Mike Caren
Mike Caren Nov 14, 2016

Hi All --- we posted the wrong sheet music for this lesson on Friday.  The sheet music is now correct and up to date.   Please accept our apologies.

Kip Marchetti
Kip Marchetti Nov 11, 2016

when i was a kid ... maybe 3rd or 4th grade ... i caught pneumonia and missed weeks of school ... out sick and when i returned to school 1st day back the class had learned and was doing long division at the board ... that's about how i feel right now ... just sayin'


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