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Earlier you learned that you can spice up a rhythm guitar part by substituting with basic chord with certain related chords. This also applies to our lead guitar arpeggios, and in this lesson I'm going to show you how that works.

We'll stay in the key of B minor and use the "whole step below" approach, which in the key of B minor will be A major. A minor contains the note C natural, which is not in the B minor scale, so A major sounds more "related".

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Arpeggios As Licks