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post Nov 22 2008, 12:47 PM
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QUOTE (big harry @ Nov 19 2008, 12:03 PM) *
hi again

sorry for the misinterpretation
i understand what triads/arpeggios are made of ( 1 3 5 7 ....), and i am on the way to get more into major and minor scales
the difficulty for me is to find the right notes without counting them and then the "right" fingerings

i have read that you have to use different fingerings than just grab the chord and thats exactly the point where i think i need to start, if there are any other suggestions your all welcome to help me :-))

i still need to look at the recommended links in this thread, but as far as i know from Muris´s lessons :-)) they are mostly way to hard for me and mostly much to fast
i really have problems building up speed .........

ok thats it for so far

To know this, and to be able to use it impulsively in your jamming, you gotta be familiar with all the 7 boxes of the majorscale.

Each box represents a scale degree. Meaning each note in the scale is a degree, and has its own pattern.
Once you know all of these, you can easily build an arpeggio from the pattern.

Let me know if you need more info.
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