Guitar Technique

The 3-Octave Sus Triad Arpeggios.

3-Octave Sus Triad Arpeggios. In last weeks’ blogs we covered the 3-octave major, minor, diminished and augmented triad arpeggios. Major triad 3-octave arpeggios Minor triad 3-octave arpeggios Augmented triad 3-octave arpeggios Diminished triad 3-octave arpeggios This week we’re covering the 3-octave sus4 and sus2 triad arpeggio fingerings, and get you another step further in your
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The 3-Octave Diminished Triad Arpeggio.

3-Octave Diminished Triad Arpeggios. In last weeks’ blogs we covered the 3-octave major, minor and augmented triad arpeggios. Major triad 3-octave arpeggios Minor triad 3-octave arpeggios Augmented triad 3-octave arpeggios This week we’re covering the 3-octave diminished triad arpeggio fingerings. Here are the fingerings. (The chord in the below example is Cdim, notes are C,
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3-Octave Augmented Triad Arpeggios.

3-Octave Minor Triad Arpeggios. In last weeks’ blogs we covered the 3-octave major and minor triad arpeggios. You can find those blogs about the major triad 3-octave arpeggios HERE and about the minor triad 3-octave arpeggios HERE This week we’re covering the 3-octave augmented triad arpeggio fingerings. Here are the fingerings. (The chord in the
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Legato Technique

Legato Technique. “Legato” means “fluent” in Italian. The definition: “in a smooth, flowing manner, without breaks between notes.” It’s a soloing technique heavily used by rock and metal guitarists. Steve Vai and Joe Satriani are some of the guitarists whose soloing style is heavily legato oriented. The technique consists of playing lots of hammerons, pull
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Improvising With Triad Pairs

Improvising With Triad Pairs. This is a really fun, cool improvisation technique not enough guitar players use or even know about. The idea is this: The band or rhythm section is jamming over a given 1-chord groove, and you improvise over the groove, using the notes of 2 different chords. For example: The band is
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