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post May 19 2012, 09:32 PM
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I seem to hard a hard time finding a condensed version of all/many arpeggio shapes. huh.gif


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post May 19 2012, 11:08 PM
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QUOTE (derper @ May 19 2012, 04:32 PM) *
I seem to hard a hard time finding a condensed version of all/many arpeggio shapes. huh.gif


I guess I'm going to have to figure it out myself then laugh.gif


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post May 20 2012, 01:25 PM
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ May 19 2012, 11:08 PM) *
I guess I'm going to have to figure it out myself then laugh.gif


Not so !

B-Meister is here biggrin.gif

Here's some common shapes that require a different finger for each fret so you don't need to worry about barring a fret with a particular finger.

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Attached File  A_Minor_arpeggio_shapes.gp5 ( 3.01K ) Number of downloads: 23


With the Major shapes most of them use barring so there's only one regular shape that doesn't (that I can think of)

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Attached File  A_Major_arpeggios.gp5 ( 2.22K ) Number of downloads: 18


I've done them in 3 string and 5 (and 6) string form. For the longer major shape, note that the first and second long shapes go to a different note at the end. The first is my preferred way of playing it because the second uses a stretch that is difficult to do at high speeds !

Enjoy biggrin.gif



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post May 20 2012, 05:40 PM
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ May 20 2012, 08:25 AM) *
Not so !

B-Meister is here biggrin.gif

Here's some common shapes that require a different finger for each fret so you don't need to worry about barring a fret with a particular finger.

Attached Image
Attached File  A_Minor_arpeggio_shapes.gp5 ( 3.01K ) Number of downloads: 23


With the Major shapes most of them use barring so there's only one regular shape that doesn't (that I can think of)

Attached Image
Attached File  A_Major_arpeggios.gp5 ( 2.22K ) Number of downloads: 18


I've done them in 3 string and 5 (and 6) string form. For the longer major shape, note that the first and second long shapes go to a different note at the end. The first is my preferred way of playing it because the second uses a stretch that is difficult to do at high speeds !

Enjoy biggrin.gif


Thank you very much Ben! Much appreciated biggrin.gif


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