This weeks GuitarBlog takes an intermediate players look at the application of arpeggio patterns (an area often neglected by guitar players).
Arpeggio shapes can be difficult to fret on the guitar (due to their larger interval distances). Performing these larger arpeggio intervals can be awkward. However, once several arpeggio patterns have been practiced, (and have become fairly well developed), the guitarist can begin moving on to more of an intermediate stage of application with them.
In this lesson, I will cover examples of playing arpeggio patterns in two ways. The first is through common guitar arpeggio fingering shapes.
The second approach is by developing the use of the standard arpeggio patterns outside of the most common Major and Minor vertical fingerboard layouts.
Enjoy this weeks lesson!
Intermediate Guitar Arpeggios
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