• main
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
• 5
• 6
• Difficulty: 6
• Lesson
• My notes
• Statistics

Hi GMC!
In this lesson I will demonstrate how to go through very long harmonic (arpeggio) sequence using different note groupings, patterns, positions, string skipping and different octave playing. There are a few chromatic passages, and their application here is more to fill the note space rather then harmonic space. Also, with all the string skipping, alternate picking arpeggios this is also very good picking exercise. Here is the whole chord sequence used:

B min x 2, A 7 x 2, G 7 x 2, F# 7 x 2, B min, F#, B min, D 7, C # 7 x 4.

F# 7, C# 7, B min, B 7, E min, A 7, B min, G 7, C# min7-5, F# 7x 2, B min7.

B min x 2, A 7 x 2, G 7 x 2, F# 7 x 2, B min, F#, B min, D 7, C # 7 x 4.

F# 7 x 2, B min x 2, E min, F# 7, B min x 3

Enjoy!

Vasilije Vukmirovic

• Login to use my notes. No GMC account? Register here.

## REC Takes

This lesson does not have any REC takes yet.
Here is how to submit one.

## Lesson views

• Total views: 0
• Member views: 0
• Guest views: 0