Fingerpicking Clean Arpeggios

by Alejandro Pinero

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  • Hi GMC! Welcome to this new lesson! Today I bring to you a right hand exercise using a simple chord progression.

    In this exercise we practice one combination of fingers. I play a simple melody and the harmonizing with a formula combination using the thumb to play the bass, the index, the middle and ring fingers for the backing.

    The chord progression is C two bars, Am one bar, F one bar. This part is repeat one time and then we have D/F# (the secondary dominant of G) two bars, G/F one bar, G Two bars.

    Enjoy this exercise!!!

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