Fingerstyle Guitar - Right-Hand Arpeggios

by Stephane Lucarelli

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  • Hi GMC!

    In this lesson we gonna see some right-hand arpeggio exercices to improve our fingerstyle guitar technique. These arpeggio patterns will help us on our right hand fingers dexterity and independence.

    Here is the notation legend for the right-hand fingers:

    T= thumb
    I= index
    M= middle
    A= ring fingers

    To makes things more musical, I've chosen a simple but nice chords progression:

    I B- I Gadd9 I D#/F# I E- I

    (The third bar contains a D chord with the 3rd (F#) on the bass)

    I advise you to work on each pattern separatly, with a metronome and/or the backing track.
    As always, practice slow and pay attention to the rhythm placement, especially on more syncopated arpeggios.

    If you have any question do not hesitate to ask.

    Have fun!

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