I Got Rhythm Guitar 12 - Arpeggiated...

by Joe Kataldo

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  • Hi there Joe Kataldo again, this is the third lesson on Arpeggiated Chords

    This Lesson Will Improve

    Arpeggiated Rhythm Patterns

    Play Chord Progression

    Chords Embellishment

    Arpeggiated Chords III

    Today we face a difficult one:

    The picking pattern for this lesson is constant: DOWN - DOWN - UP - UP

    the picking motion is not the constant alternate one you are accustomed to, but follow the same rules of economy picking, you will change from Down picking to Up picking only when you have to change direction, if you practiced up to here, you are half way to master this technique...so keep practing :D

    The Progression is:

    Am - Asus2 - Asus4 - Am

    Fmaj7 - Gmaj6 - Am Asus4 - Am Asus

    Am - Asus2 - Asus4 - Am

    Cmaj7 - Dmaj11 - Am Asus4 - Am Asus

    Techniques Focus
    Practicing the right hand movement, alone, even stopping all six strings with left hand, will make you learn this pattern and the previously one faster

    Pro Tips

    Never forget to experiment with chords, adding a new bass notes or moving some finger here and there, don't be too academic if it sound right!

    Recommended Listening

    You will find a big use of arpeggiated chord progression in Pop Music, I'll leave you the choice of your favorite singer

    See you next lesson with the last appeggiated pattern

    Joe Kataldo
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