I Got Rhythm Guitar 13 - Arpeggiated...

by Joe Kataldo

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

    This Lesson Will Improve

    Arpeggiated Rhythm Patterns

    Play Chord Progression

    Chords Embellishment

    Arpeggiated Chords IV

    Today we face the most difficult pattern very common in country Style:

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

    the picking motion is the constant alternate one you are accustomed to, but with string skipping, if you practiced up to here, surely acquired some technique

    The Progression is:

    A - Asus2 - Asus4 - A

    E - F#m11 - A Asus4 - A G6

    A - Asus2 - Asus4 - A

    E - F#7sus - C/E D/A - E

    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

    Arpeggiated Chords can be played fingerstyle, with a flat pick, or with any given combination of pick and fingers depinding of the pattern and the style you have different choices

    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!

    Joe Kataldo
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