Alternate picking exercise, string skippingby Darius Wave
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This time I have a cool Arpeggio workout for beginners. All Arpeggios have 4 notes on just two strings and moved in three different octaves with exactly the same shape. So they are very easy to remember.
They also help you to visualize the fretboard and learning the intervals of each chord.
All seven chords of the E mInor scale are shown in this lesson.
A Part 0:06-0:16
| Em7 | %| % | % |
A Part 0:17-0:28
| Am7 | %| % | % |
B Part 0:29-0:40
| D7 | %| % | % |
A Part 0:41-1:152
| GMaj7 | %| % | % |
A Part 0:53-1:04
| CMaj7 | %| % | % |
A Part 1:05-1:14
|F#m7b5 | %| % | % |
A Part 1:15-1:30
| Bm7 | %| % | % |
| E5 |
Some fingering may vary a little bit from ascending and descending due to economy!
Have fun! ;-)
I tried to transcribe as close as possible. Specially in the Guitar Pro 5 you'll find all this little extras!
Cheers - Guido
Guitar: Music Man Luke II
Strings: D'Addario NYXL 009
Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire PRO 24
Recording SW: Logic 10, several plugins
Amp(Only for Monitor): Peavey JSX Top with Marshall 2x12" V30
Kemper Profiling Amp: Diesel Age
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Standard Tuning E, A, D, G, B, E
Tempo: 82 BPM
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