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Shed Those Minor 7 Arpeggios

Jared Wren (391) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 200
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The m7 arpeggio works out for me in a lot of different situations: rock, pop, jazz, you name it. It has some of the notes in the blues scale, and it's just a good thing to have under your fingers. To practice my arpeggios, I look on the 6th string for a note in that arpeggio, I put my 1st finger on it, and then I play it ascending and descending. Then I go to the next arpeggio note up the neck and repeat the whole thing over until I've gone through all 4 fingerings. Here it is for Cm7
Shed Those Minor 7 Arpeggios