Arpeggios are basically chord patterns where the notes are played separately. This makes them so useful and essential for learning chords in different positions along the guitar neck, for understanding what notes to target in a guitar solo, and also for creating ear-pleasing melodies and licks. You can learn to play arpeggios all over the guitar neck more easily than most think.
WARNING: This course was developed for beginners. You will learn guitar licks to improve your improvisation and technique to develop your skills in music.
The more you practice the better you will get. With the Right Practice style, you will be able to witness fast results!
This course is about the learner, not the instructor and i don't play a load of fancy licks to show off my skills and then say "now you try after downloading a tab"! It's complete, structured and learner focussed.
Take this course if;
- You want to fully comprehend TRIADS, one of the most important building blocks of all guitar playing.
- You are stuck in a rut with your playing and want to add some 'spice' to your licks.
- You can play arpeggios but don't know how to apply or construct anything with them.
- You simply want to learn some fancy licks!
- You want to understand the concepts of music harmony and triad construction.
Meet the teacher
*Music degree at California College of Music;
*Teaching since 2010;
*More than online 50.102 students;
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Feel free to send me any questions you might have about this course. I want to make your learning experience the best that it can be.
Thanks for taking the time to look at this course. I look forward to seeing you on the inside and teaching you the beginner steps on how to become a better guitar player.
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WARNING: This course is NOT for the person who thinks by purchasing this course will then magically give them all your guitar skills to you without you having to put the time, effort, and practice. It does take practice if you want to see results. :)
Step 1: Choose 4 arpeggios. Practice carefully on strings number 6 and 5.
Step 2: Open a youtube backing track in any key (Em, Am, C are the easiest ones).
Step 3: Improvise melodies, guitar licks, and solos using your arpeggios.