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I Got Rhythm Guitar 13 - Arpeggiated...

by Joe Kataldo

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  • Hi there Joe Kataldo again, this is the Last lesson on Arpeggiated Chords

    This Lesson Will Improve
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    Arpeggiated Rhythm Patterns

    Play Chord Progression

    Chords Embellishment


    Arpeggiated Chords IV
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    Today we face the most difficult pattern very common in country Style:

    The picking pattern for this lesson is constant: DOWN - UP - DOWN - UP


    the picking motion is the constant alternate one you are accustomed to, but with string skipping, if you practiced up to here, surely acquired some technique


    The Progression is:

    A - Asus2 - Asus4 - A

    E - F#m11 - A Asus4 - A G6

    A - Asus2 - Asus4 - A

    E - F#7sus - C/E D/A - E


    Techniques Focus
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    Practicing the right hand movement, alone, even stopping all six strings with left hand, will make you learn this pattern and the previously one faster


    Pro Tips
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    Arpeggiated Chords can be played fingerstyle, with a flat pick, or with any given combination of pick and fingers depinding of the pattern and the style you have different choices


    Recommended Listening
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    You will find a big use of arpeggiated chord progression in Pop Music, I'll leave you the choice of your favorite singer


    See you next lesson!

    Joe Kataldo

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