Minor 7, Major 7 And Dorian Arpeggios, Today at V-chat 20.00 London time
Darius Wave
Dec 30 2013, 06:38 PM
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See at the video chat smile.gif Today we continue to analyze usage of some arpeggio shape adopted for different type of chords through all the key smile.gif

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miguelbatalha
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QUOTE (Darius Wave @ Dec 30 2013, 05:38 PM) *
See at the video chat smile.gif Today we continue to analyze usage of some arpeggio shape adopted for different type of chords through all the key smile.gif


I notice you use a lot these arpeggios on your soloing with some string skipping as well. Sounds great.

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Darius Wave
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Thanx Miguel. Yes lately I use a lot of those because I do some experiments with those as well...so it's a good moment to share my thoughts with gmc'ers smile.gif

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