Melodic Shred Arpeggios

by Diego Budicin

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  • Hey guys!

    In this lesson we will play a nice solo, built essentially around a couple of arpeggios.
    It's useful in order to discover different chord shapes on the fretboard.

    I use a lot of sweep and alternate picking in this lesson and that is a nice exercise you can do to test your control of the guitar! Remember to play it slow and to figure out the chord shape before practicing it at the normal speed.

    Of course, pay attention to the timing.

    Guitar : Ibanez S 5470

    Equipment : Laney VH100 recorded with an Isobox using two microphones: the Shure SM 57 and the Sennheiser e606.

    Tempo : 130 bpm

    Signature : 4/4

    Chord progression

    | F#m6| A |

    | D | Bm7 |

    | F#m6| A |

    | D | Bm7 |

    | D | A(#5)|

    | A# | Gm |

    | C# | C#m |

    | F#m |

    |D A | A E |

    | F#m |

    Key signature : F# minor

    Techniques used :

    - Sweep Picking
    - Legato
    - Alternate Picking

    Have fun and stay tuned for the next lesson!











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