Neoclassical Arpeggios Etude  in A minor

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi everyone!

    And welcome to my first lesson!

    In the this lesson you can develope and learn some basic 3 and 5 string arpeggios, as well as some staccato. The lesson is a bit harder to play on 120 bmp, so I would suggest you to break down small sections of arpeggios and learn them separately. When you have it down slow, you can speed it up to a high tempo. Pay attention to the arpeggio changes, specially from Am, E, F E to Am, you might want to learn these separately breaking down to small parts. The chord progression is a neoclassic etude, Am, E, Am, E, E7, Am, this part twice, and then C, G, Am, E, F, E7, Am. The endig part differs from the previous one in one chord, you play A instead of Am.

    The ending part involves some staccato in A harmonic minor, and the last arpeggio is a 5 string pattern sweep in E.

    The lesson contains the following techniques:

    3 string arpeggios

    5 string arpeggio

    Staccato played scales

    The distorzion I used for this lesson is a Drive Zone Twin Pedal. I used the DS1 dist, Drive 9, Bottom 4, Tone 7, Level 5.

    Have fun!


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