#1
i need a better understanding of chord progressions mixed arpeggios. as in using the chord progression for sweeping. can somebody explain or send me somewhere where it explains it well?

and while im at it could you guys give me some chord progressions to follow with arpeggios?
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#2
arpeggios are chords, but with individually plucked notes

but for what ur asking i'd say learn what scale or key you are doing arpeggios in and have the chords correlate or vice versa.

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Last edited by deafening at Oct 19, 2009,
#3
you just sweep the arpeggio of the chord thats being played.

a good practice routine would be to just sweep all the chords in a certain key (for the key of C major = C major, D minor, E minor, etc...)

then start doing some common progressions, ( I, IV, V, etc...)

hope that helps.
#4
Look at the beginning of the solo in Metallica's Leper Messiah, it has swept arpeggios that follow the chord progression
#5
Get your 12 Bar Blues. Learn your major/minor/dom7 arpeggios and follow any old 50s rock song.
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you just sweep the arpeggio of the chord thats being played.

a good practice routine would be to just sweep all the chords in a certain key (for the key of C major = C major, D minor, E minor, etc...)

then start doing some common progressions, ( I, IV, V, etc...)

hope that helps.


this. Common chord progressions could be 12 Bar Blues or the Ice Cream Progression
Last edited by mdwallin at Oct 19, 2009,