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Paiva
post Nov 22 2008, 02:38 PM
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Hi David! I wanted to ask you this question but I'm not shore if this is the right forum but here it goes!

In the lesson Arpeggio Study you do all the arpeggios in the key of A for example the 1st arpeggio:
E||-----------------------12-17-12-------------------|
B||-----------------12-14----------14-12-------------|
G||--------------14----------------------14----------|
D||-----------14----------------------------14-------|
A||--12-14-16----------------------------------16-14-|
E||--------------------------------------------------|



-----------------------12-17-12-------------------|
-----------------12-14----------14-12-------------|
--------------14----------------------14----------|
-----------14----------------------------14-------|
--12-14-16----------------------------------16-14-|
--------------------------------------------------|


If wanted the same arpeggio but in G should I just back off 2 frets and start the same fingering in the 10th fret? Or it's just a whole new fingering for the key of G?

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post Nov 22 2008, 02:50 PM
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Just 2 frets down, so the root is on the G and not the A, its major, so it keeps its fingering I presume.


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