#2
Just learn about how to build chords, and then learn the fretboard if you haven't already. You'll progress much more as a musician, instead of memorizing shapes.
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#3
Quote by aetherspear
Just learn about how to build chords, and then learn the fretboard if you haven't already. You'll progress much more as a musician, instead of memorizing shapes.


+10000. Don't focus on mathematics and numbers, persay. Try experimenting with different chord structures. You'll find that many shapes sound just evil, crappy, or out of place, but eventually you'll understand enough shapes to form arpeggios. They're easy to understand once you get used to your guitar, and, like aeth said, its fretboard.
#4
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Is there a list of a bunch of apregios that you can do in different positions?

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#7
In the Advanced Techniques Forum, it's the top sticky "Ultimate Guitar Pro Ex Thread. There's some links at the bottom to loads of sites.