D Harmonic Minor Arpeggio Sequence

by Attila Voros

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  • Hi guyz!

    This lesson I'm gonna show You the arpeggio section of the song, called Scar VII from my upcoming solo album. It's not only the arpeggio, but the sweeps, tappings (with string-skipping), and other tricks involved that makes this lesson pretty intense and hard to play accurate.
    The whole thing is in D minor, but You play the arpeggios on the 5th and the 6th note of the scale which are A major and Bb minor in the D harmonic minor scale.
    One very good advice You should always keep in mind: practise slower, and get it faster! Very true my friends;)

    Cheerz \,,/

    Music style: metal - shredding
    Techniques - mixed:
    -arpeggios, sweeps, string-skipping tapping and alternate pickings
    Tonality / key: Dm (harmonic minor scale)
    Tuning: A-E-A-D-G-B-E
    Arpeggios: A major (with the harmonic 7th), Bb major

    Tempo / beat: 135 bpm in 5/4 (!)
    Slower backings: 125bpm, 115bpm, 105bpm

    Gear used in order of signal chain:
    Schecter customized JL 7 floyd rose guitar - Fractal Axe FX Mark II - Nuendo 4.3
    Ask me for the presets and I'd be happy to send them all;)


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