Awesome! For my playing there is no doubt that this, along with the pentatonic scale, is the number one "theoretical tool".
Great lesson David.
Thank you, Eddie
This is an excellent study of different triad shapes- just what i need to add a bit more melodic playing to my arsenal- Thanks david great lesson and onscreen guide is very useful too
Awesome Stuff, amazing lesson!
Great work David
Great lesson David ! Good work..
Excellent David!! Cool Lesson!
Very cool sounding
Great lesson David!
Was that alternate picking Dave?
Awesome! This is just what I needed right now because I'm working on improvising over chords and arpeggios are a good way to start out.
Nice lesson! Gonna give it a go once I get couple of other lessons "Out of the way"
very useful lesson. thanks
Thanks for everyone's comments. I'm glad you find this usefull.
Muris: yes, that's alternate picking.
Very informative spoken vid, Dave! Great lesson!
Awesome lesson, David!
Just what I needed (and wanted) - really looking forward to a follow-up. nag-nag!
Lol video 5 was confusing me forever because it says B minor arpeggio yet it is currently tabbed as a D6 arpeggio. You have the note on the B string tabbed as A (10th fret), it should be B (12 fret).
Whoops I meant video 6, my bad!
The B minor triad you have in video 6 and 7 is tabbed with B-D-F-A. 10th fret on the 2nd string is A, 12 fret is B, you have it tabbed with the 10th fret. Your fingers play the 12th fret, the tab says 10
Wow cool, always new ways of learning while having fun
Cool stuff, cool lesson!
yessssssssssss a arpeggios lesson without sweeping.............cause at the moment me and sweeping hate each others guts.....lol
Oh great lesson David. Always wanted to incorporate the odd arpeggios in to my playing.
Gonna have to learn this one
very good lesson those arpegios are really funny !!
I've been looking for something like this for awhile
Thanks a lot!
yeah they are but helpful!
I have been trying everyday for the past 3 months to achieve your pace and I must admit to have failed so far. I almost can play at 65bpm but not all the time???
I have played guitar for over 25 years and wonder what does the rating (#3)means in terms of level.
Is there anything you would suggest me do to improve speed?
you've got excellent technique and this sounds very musical to practice