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Guitar Arpeggio | Free Guitar Techniques Guitar Lessons on Video

Guitar Arpeggio | Free Guitar Techniques Guitar Lessons on Video
In music, an arpeggio (plural arpeggi or arpeggios) is Italian for broken chord where the notes are played or sung in sequence, one after the other, rather than ringing out simultaneously. This word comes from the Italian word "arpeggiare" , which means "to play on a harp". Formed from scales, the arpeggio is based on the relative scale playing the "key" notes or those affected by the key signature.

Paul Gilbert Guitar lesson on Arpeggios


Guitarists use arpeggios extensively in certain genres, such as neo-classical, and often while employing the sweep-picking technique.
Arpeggios are bulid from the notes of a chord.The different between chords and arpeggios is how they are played.You play chords with a strum,while the arpeggios are played one after another.

Martin Goulding's "Lick of Doom" in Arpeggios Guitar Techniques


Charles Sedlak shows you how to perform Arpeggio picking - a note played in single chord form, or a broken chord.


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Guitar Arpeggio | Free Guitar Techniques Guitar Lessons on Video

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