People who haven't gotten into the world of arpeggios yet now have no excuses! Very cool tutorial Ivan - I am looking forward to the next lessons in this series!
Cool lesson Great job explaining this so thoroughly
great video quality ivan!! love it.
great production man! looks so cool!
thanks a lot everybody, I'll do my best to make these series as best as possible!
I must know these!! Arpeggios are hard for me. Thanks for the series!!
I'm watching the lessons right now and see there is a lot about music I don't know!
Great you explained it in detail...
Just finished just watching it and I can see that I'm going to have to give this some thought. You explained it very well. I'm just going have to sit down and try to learn this instead watching this and passing this by. I know I must know this.
Very useful lesson!
This is very useful Ivan ... Thanks for this... Awesome video quality and your guitar tone is killer. What have you use for that sound ?
Thanks mate. I used vintage amp room, with nuendo stock reverb.
Super great work Ivan! Congrats my friend!
Thanks a lot my friend
Awesome explanations and lesson, man!
Great topic Ivan, and great explanations
thats rigth now there´s no excuses cool workshop ivan!
Thanks a lot everyone
this is one of my favorite topics, you've done a great job....the video looks great as well!
Your lessons are always extremely useful, Ivan!
My gosh. My playing mind is expanding... and through music alone!! Thanks Ivan, you rock!!
This lesson series is very very useful ivan! thanks! Will be looking forward to more of your lessons...
Hello everybody, welcome to my new series of lessons where we will cover arpeggios.
This course is intended for those of you who want to learn about arpeggios from the very beginning and go to more advanced concepts.
In this first lesson, we will cover definitions of arpeggio, ways of building them on the neck, how they are related to scales, chords and music that we play, and what we can do with them. I also included some useful exercises for you, so you can rehearse some of the arpeggio triads on the neck in the key of C major.