#1
Hey look at the text file.

Does anyone know what kind of arpeggios these are?(i know their dimished)

What are similar arpeggios to these and how do i go about changing the arpeggios to different keys?
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dimished.txt
#2
do you mean different ways to play them? the first set is just an Adim chord, A C and Eb going up, then down, then an octave up.

as for similar arpeggios, do you mean HOW you play them? to change the key, just change the starting note and name the chord. for example, the first line is an Adim, so start on an A and pick a pattern (whether it be 5th fret 6th string or 12th fret 5th string, or even working backwards from another note in the chord). the second line is a Cdim, to illustrate my point further, and the first bit simulates the last pattern of the first line if you notice.

wanna make it a little thicker? add a m7th to the mix (for Adim it would be a Bb)
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wanna make it a little thicker? add a m7th to the mix (for Adim it would be a Bb)

What now? A's seventh degree is G.
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What now? A's seventh degree is G.


Real men go for the full diminished seventh. Gb!