Practicing Dominant 7 Arpeggios

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Here’s the next installment in my “practicing arpeggios” series – dominant 7 arpeggios. Gotta love the woodshed….

Since we started with Major 7 arpeggios and Minor 7 arpeggios in the last couple videos we’ve seen that all 7th chord arpeggios are in a way easier to deal with since you’re not going to be shifting as rapidly, but because there’s one more note than in the triad arpeggios (MajorMinorAugmented,Diminished), there are a lot more options for position shifts and fingering. This video isn’t exhaustive, but it will give you some ideas for shifting and practicing the shape in one and two octaves.

Enjoy! Oh, and for those who find this series too challenging/too easy, I have a couple other lesson series in the pipeworks, so stay tuned.


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