#1
strange title i know but id juts like to know more about arpeggios really .
also any related styles or techniques, exercises or suggestions for good little licks


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please don't read this and only comment back on my grammar

just for the people who feel like they dnt understand this post :

id like a more in depth knowledge of arpeggios . . .

please
#3
sweeping is straight arpeggios that tools like to do in guitar center
#4
thanks for the input dude.
i am doubly aware of this information now

if anyone has links to lessons ( UG or not ) or have tabbed there own stuff id like t see some
just want to play sum nice slightly more tech arpeggio type stuff

its not something i normally play which is why i want to play more

just wanna diversify my playing tbh


cheeeers
#5
take the root 3rd and 5th of a scale, find those notes on the neck and play them

EDIT: www.justinguitar.com has a whole section on arpeggios
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Last edited by bellamy_morello at Oct 2, 2009,
#8
ahhhhh thats what i was looking for :P

string skipped ( without meaning to sound stupid) as in not playing the notes in order ????

see this is one of my problems , when im improvising i tend to go to the next string up or down and dont skip around , this starts sounding boring after a while :P

cheeeeers man

im not stupid i just need a stern hand to get me outta bad habits aha
#9
Quote by syfg91
ahhhhh thats what i was looking for :P

string skipped ( without meaning to sound stupid) as in not playing the notes in order ????

see this is one of my problems , when im improvising i tend to go to the next string up or down and dont skip around , this starts sounding boring after a while :P

cheeeeers man

im not stupid i just need a stern hand to get me outta bad habits aha

No, you can play the notes in whatever order you like, but for string skipping a Cmaj7 say, you could play the C and E on the low E string, then skip to the G string to play your G and B...