#1
how do i make arpeggios?
equipment:
Esp EC-1000
ibanez rg550
Peavey 5150 combo
Boss ML-2 Metal core pedal
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#4
an arpeggio is a chord but played note by note....so if you know how to form chords you wont have a hard time forming most arpeggios.

example: F major chord: F A C
notes of F major arpeggio: F A C

please correct me if im wrong!
Last edited by MAMADERA2000 at May 18, 2008,
#5
but how bout six strings sweep?
equipment:
Esp EC-1000
ibanez rg550
Peavey 5150 combo
Boss ML-2 Metal core pedal
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#6
Quote by kazra90
but how bout six strings sweep?

Choose a chord form that uses all 6 strings.
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#7
Quote by MAMADERA2000
an arpeggio is a chord but played note by note....so if you know how to form chords you wont have a hard time forming most arpeggios.

example: F major chord: F C G
notes of F major arpeggio: F C G

please correct me if im wrong!


That's not an F major triad.

F A C
#9
but how bout the sweeps that take place on the higher frets?
equipment:
Esp EC-1000
ibanez rg550
Peavey 5150 combo
Boss ML-2 Metal core pedal
DB-01 crybaby from hell

Quote by dubstar92
Tell the friend that due to an amp explosion you are now temporarily deaf and will judge her friend solely on looks.
#10
Quote by kazra90
but how bout the sweeps that take place on the higher frets?

its the same way, just a bit faster.Ok,maybe FFFaster.Look at some Children of Bodom,Hammerfal or even Christofer Dahl, he's on UG providing lessons.
Still want an example?Cause if you want so i could do it
#11
so lets say im using a C major chord.the notes are C E G. can i use just those notes in order to make a six string arpeggio?
equipment:
Esp EC-1000
ibanez rg550
Peavey 5150 combo
Boss ML-2 Metal core pedal
DB-01 crybaby from hell

Quote by dubstar92
Tell the friend that due to an amp explosion you are now temporarily deaf and will judge her friend solely on looks.
#12
Yep.

You could go.


E---------------------15----------
B-----------------19----------
G--------------17-------------
D----------14--------------
A------15-----------------
E---15-----------------
Last edited by Tallman at May 18, 2008,
#13
Learn the basics of chord construction and learn the notes of the fretboard and you'll be able to do this yourself any time you need to.

Tallman: Did you mean the 20th fret on the B string? As it stands, there's an F# in what should be a C major arpeggio.
Last edited by :-D at May 18, 2008,
#15
Quote by :-D
Learn the basics of chord construction and learn the notes of the fretboard and you'll be able to do this yourself any time you need to.

Tallman: Did you mean the 20th fret on the B string? As it stands, there's an F# in what should be a C major arpeggio.


Oops cheers, I ve been playing bass, so the tuning variation got me confused!
#16
Quote by Tallman
Oops cheers, I ve been playing bass, so the tuning variation got me confused!

I do that often too, it's very disorienting and very understandable.
#18
where can i findsoem lessons on chord construction?
equipment:
Esp EC-1000
ibanez rg550
Peavey 5150 combo
Boss ML-2 Metal core pedal
DB-01 crybaby from hell

Quote by dubstar92
Tell the friend that due to an amp explosion you are now temporarily deaf and will judge her friend solely on looks.
#20
Quote by kazra90
so lets say im using a C major chord.the notes are C E G. can i use just those notes in order to make a six string arpeggio?


yes, just play the top and bottom E string too on the open position

or the bar chord version

-------------------15---20-----
---------------17-----------
------------17-----------
---------17------------
----15-----------------
-17-----------------

it's mostly every other notes for beginers...
Last edited by Ordinary at May 19, 2008,