Very nice topic man!
I always enjoy you lessons, they are a great mix of practicality and theory. Good work!
Chill time! Great lesson Alejandro!
Nice lesson Alejandro. Chord progression is great !
i'm boosting my theory nowadays.... It's not simple so I know how good this is xD
Great work Alejandro! Video quality is amazing too!
Cool lesson, Alejandro! Useful as always.
Great lesson Alejandro.
Thanks all for the comments!!
Cool!!! great lesson Ale!!
An interesting topic. Great video quality btw.
Very cool topic mate, sounds great!
Great and essential stuff Alejandro.
thanks all it´s a pleasure!
Sounds very good Alejandro,smooth and relaxing phrases,i like it !!
thanks Sinisa but is a simple exersice...
Sounds cool, simple and effective
Hi GMC! Welcome to this second art of this improvising series.
Today we will do a similar exercise than the last one but with the minor 7th arpeggios. The idea of this exercise is that we could see the box of any arpeggio in the moment that we have to play this arpeggio. This exercise will help you to play the note that you want to hear at every moment.
The first step in this case is studying the minor arpeggios boxes, then we will choose four chords; Cm7, Ebm7, Abm7 and Bbm7.
We start playing at the fifth string (to the front) with the Cm7 arpeggio four times, then we will playing Em7 arpeggio starting at the fifth (to the back) string too, then Abm7 arpeggio starting at the sixth string (to the front) and the last one Bbm7 arpeggio starting at the sixth string (to the back).
The idea of the exercise is to connect one arpeggio with the next by the nearest note using different ways.
It isn't very important the tab of what I'm improvising in these series. I'm just showing different exercise's examples. That's why you'll hear many different variations in the video parts 3, 4 and 5.
Remember that you can do this exercise in different parts of the neck!