This weeks lesson takes a look into the world of arpeggios on the fingerboard, (an area often neglected by guitar players).
Arpeggio patterns on the guitar neck may be neglected due to the fact that the arpeggio shapes can be somewhat more difficult to easily fret-out on the guitar neck (the arpeggio patterns will tend to have larger interval distances).
Performing the larger arpeggio intervals can prove to be awkward for guitarists. However, once several arpeggio patterns have been practiced, (and have become fairly well developed), the guitarist can begin moving on to more of an “intermediate” stage of application with them.
In this lesson, I will cover playing arpeggio patterns in two ways. Within common arpeggio fingering shapes, as well as, developing the use of arpeggio patterns outside of the common Major and Minor fingerboard layouts. Enjoy this weeks lesson!
The lesson video:
About the Author:
Andrew Wasson is a 1992 Graduate of Hollywood California’s Guitar Institute of Technology (G.I.T.). He has operated his Canadian Music School; Creative Guitar Studio, for the last 20+ years teaching thousands of guitarists both in studio sessions, and through his popular YouTube Channels, Skype lessons and websites. www.andrewwasson.com