Tips for practicing arpeggios

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Different fingering possibilites for arpeggiating a Dominant 7 chord
Good for learning the fretboard and get started with walking bass
When playing from the root its called “rootposition”
From third its called “first inversion”
From fifth its called “second inversion”
From flatted seventh its called “thirdt inversion”

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ozrider said,

October 22, 2011 @ 4:55 pm

Best lesson on arpeggios… thanks! more? :)

MarloweDK said,

October 22, 2011 @ 10:08 am

My videos contain stuff for every level, so some things are probably out of your current reach. But then you have a level to aspire to:-)

leerabitor said,

October 20, 2011 @ 12:01 am

i’m very interested in the 50 licks plus 300 play along videos. my question is will i benefit as a new player or is this out of my league.

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