YOUR FREE LESSON from my ARPEGGIOS & Fretboard Notes The Hot Sauce in Acoustic Guitar Series
ARPEGGIOS are NOT Scales.
Scales are the notes in a KEY, played in ascending or descending order.
Arpeggios are the notes in a CHORD, played one note at time by letting the notes ring out instead of strumming them all together. And they can be played in ANY random order.
Fretboard Notes are the musical DNA of a chord. These are the notes on the lower register of the fretboard that you use to create cool sounding, melodic chord fills and transitions. Each chord has its own set of Fretboard Notes that will always sound great with the chord… no matter what order you play them in!
FREE LESSON #1: Arpeggio & Fretboard Skills in Am
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Here’s a summary of what you can expect to learn from this series:
- 40 colorful licks to use as chord fills
- 20 cool, harmonious chord transitions
- 20 Blended melodic riffs to use with chords
- The most common chords to use in each key
- The Fretboard Notes for 10 of the most common chords
- 2 Arpeggio Patterns to use in 10 of the most common chords (20 total patterns)
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If you are already able to play arpeggios like the ones in the free lesson, you may want to click here to check out my library of intermediate level lessons in “The BIG DAWG Guitar” program.