Minor 7th b5 Arpeggio Boxes

by Alejandro Pinero

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  • Hi GMC! Today we complete the series of the four basic chords. Now is the turn of the minor 7th b5 chord. The 7th arpeggio is composing by 4 notes: Root, minor third, diminished fifth and minor seventh. This chord derived from the major scale, like the others, and is the seventh chord of the major scale. We study the different boxes of the minor 7th b5 arpeggio.

    First start in the six string of the guitar in note G, then in the four string in note G too, now in fifth string where the box to the back (to the bass direction of the neck), then in fifth string again, but now the box is to the front and the last one in sixth string where the box is to the back. Now I recommend practicing any box going up chromatically. Start in sixth string and play the arpeggio in order and pay attention to any note, then repeat the same exercise with any box.

    I recommend to practice in different keys like in the other lessons of the series. Don't forget that we must remember any box perfectly! I hope you like this series of lessons. For me it is very important to know any arpeggio!
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