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10 Ways To Play Arpeggios
The arpeggio is a powerful tool, and an essential part in all types of music. But what should you do with them, once you learn what they are and where to find them? In this tutorial I will show you 10 creative ways to use arpeggios in music.
In this series of lessons, I will show you ten of my favorite ways to use arpeggios in a musical context. In the first lesson I'll introduce you to the tutorial, and in the lessons that follow I will teach you examples covering many styles of music, from classical, to rock and metal, with backing tracks of course. At the end of the tutorial you'll find slower versions of the backing tracks, so you can gradually build your speed up.
- 10 Ways To Play Arpeggios: Intro
- Arpeggios: Up One, Down Another
- Arpeggios: Skip a Note
- Arpeggios: Arpeggio Riffin'
- Arpeggios: Van Halen Style
- Arpeggios: Double Each Note
- Arpeggios: Pedal Notes
- Arpeggios: Blistering Slides
- Arpeggios: Gilbert Style String Skipping
- Arpeggios: Tap Dance
- Arpeggios: Whammy Bar Squeals
- Slow Jam: Up One, Down Another
- Slow Jam: Skip a Note
- Slow Jam: Arpeggio Riffin'
- Slow Jam: Van Halen Style
- Slow Jam: Double Each Note
- Slow Jam: Pedal Note Arpeggios
- Slow Jam: Blistering Slides
- Slow Jam: Paul Gilbert Style String Skipping
- 11 Videos
- 18 Guitar Tabs
- 18 Scores Sheet Music