Arpeggiating 20 Chords

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC!

    One of the typical ways of arpeggiating is to focus on highest note in chord, starting with upstroke then using all downstrokes to sweep through the rest of the chord. When doing this it’s important to let your hand “fall” on the string, without putting any effort to pushing the strings, like in regular alternate picking. Also changing positions quickly is crucial to be able to play in time!

    Harmony is following:

    E min, F#min7-5, Baug, Amin.

    E min, F#7, B7, Emin, Emin/D#, Emin/D, Emin/C#, F#7/C#, Bmin7, E9, Amaj13, Dmaj9, Gmaj13, C#min7-5, F#7, Bmin.

    E min, F#min7-5, Baug, Amin.

    Emin. F#min7-5, Adim7, Cmaj7, Gmaj7, Bdim7, F#min7-5, Cmaj7, Gmaj7, F#min7-5, Adim7, Fmaj7, Bdim7, Adim7, C#dim7, Cdim7

    Enjoy!



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