Thanks Joe! This sure seems to be the easiest way to memorise minor 7 arpeggios for those who already know the pentatotinc scale all over the guitar - good topic!
thanks joe. agree with kris, great exercises, that have smooth rocking backing tracks Thanks!
Very useful Joe.Thanks.
Think of arpeggios this way, really helped me memorize faster, and I'm happy that works for you too guys...Thanks for positive feedback
Great exercise Joe! Thanks
Nice exercises Joe and a good theory backup
welldone Joe.nice arpeggio
Nicely covered topic Joe.
Nice exercise Joe. Good job man
Thanks, this is really usefull!
And now I dont need to tab out all these arpeggios myself
Good at least I've done some work for you
a very important lesson!
Good job Joe, usefull video
Very useful lesson! Great one!
Does it mean I can practice major, 6th and add 9th
arpeggios on the major pentatonic scale?
This is really cool!
Thank you, Eddie
Nice! We can always rely on getting some good theory in your lessons
Yes, actually major pentatonic is made of the following intervals, Root, 2(9) 3, 5, 6 (13)
So you chose what to leave out or not, as you can, see a small idea opens doors to many concepts, and ways of practice
I'm happy you enjoy my long explanation and you guys will surely appreciate my coming lessons on Drop 3 Chords
See Ya Soon!
Fantastic Job Joe!!!
great and useful lesson mate
Very nice lesson Joe !
Nice and useful lesson Joe! Need more!
Nice Lesson Joe!
Very helpful lesson Joe!