#1
i am watching marty friedmans melodic control and i was wondering what an arpeggio of a chord is
#4
Quote by zepzepzep86
yea u play them separately but u still let them ring out


not necessarily ringing out.
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#5
just play all the notes seperately. you do not have to let them ring out.
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#8
It's usually in order, eg. 1,3,5, instead of chords which can have the notes anywhere- so playing seperate notes of a chord won't always make a normal arpeggio. It also usually starts and ends on the same root, going up an octave (or many octaves) then going back down.

So an arpeggio in C would usually be something like C,E,G,high C,G,E,C.