#1
Just a new player to the Theory zone of guitar..
but ive been having a couple.. dead zones, my teacher explain the way to find the arpeggio in the D major Chromatic scale (root, 3rd 5th). but i have no clue what that means.. Help please
Cheers..
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#2
whenever dealing with theory, you have what are called scale degrees.
for D major
D (first scale degree) E (second scale degree) F# (Third Scale Degree) G (4th) A (5th) B (6th) C#(7th)

a major chord is made up of the 1st, 3rd and 5th, so in the case of D major, D F# & A

so bascially, for a D major arpeggio, just use any D F# and A on the neck.

cheers
#3
^ this guy pretty much covered it. ha
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Quote by Guitar x Dude 7
whenever dealing with theory, you have what are called scale degrees.
for D major
D (first scale degree) E (second scale degree) F# (Third Scale Degree) G (4th) A (5th) B (6th) C#(7th)

a major chord is made up of the 1st, 3rd and 5th, so in the case of D major, D F# & A

so bascially, for a D major arpeggio, just use any D F# and A on the neck.

cheers


Right except its called the root or tonic, not the first. There is no such thing as a "1st" interval. You don't have a major, minor, aug, dim 1st.