This is last installment of our visualizing arpeggios with scales video guitar lesson series.
By now I am sure you know what this method is all about and how much it can improve your improvisations and knowledge of the fretboard.
Arpeggios are just chord tones, ie. the tones of the chords that you are soloing over, so it makes sense that they are extremely important notes to have under your fingers. Even more important than the scales in many cases.
I appreciate you sticking with this method and I truly hope that with a little bit of practice you can start incorporating what you learned in these lessons into your own daily guitar playing
Be sure to watch toward the end of the video when I begin to demonstrate how you can combine these arpeggios across the guitar fretboard just as easily as scales.
Be sure to download the TAB PDF for this video guitar lesson below.
Thanks a bunch guys!! Carl..
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Jim Dunlop Ultex Jazz III Picks | Monster M ROCK-12 1/4″ Instrument Cable
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Visualizing Arpeggios With Scales Pt.4