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Arpeggio: C Major Scale

Alfonso Celis (186) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2

Hi there!

When I started to play guitar I never imagine that I'll play arpeggios some day, I thought that those techniques are owned just by the best guitar players. But in my way on bass and guitar I've learned that there are not impossible things if you have an easy way to learn them.
That's why I've posted this lesson, I tell you, I'm not a good guitar player, I'm one of those who needs help in a lot of things and techniques, and this has helped me to get the arpeggio technique. There it goes!

The only thing you have to keep in mind is to play one note per string and a relax right hand pick ascending and descending...
What does it means???

It means when you are ascending, string pick must be down-down-down, and descending up-up-up.
keeping that in mind you just have practice and rock-on.
Take a slow begin ok? It's much better.
Arpeggio: C Major Scale