Arpeggio

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    Nancy BitterNancy Bitter
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    Is there a lesson on arpeggios here???  Or good you tube to watch?  Someone posted before but it was for jazz & guitar.  THANKS & HAPPY THANKSGIVING

    #86802
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
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    Style doesn’t matter much when talking about this, except for which arpeggio you might want to use.

    Example: In Bluegrass we don’t use a ton of Maj7 chords, but that arpeggio works against a straight C if you’re going for the happy/major sound…if you want it to sound “bluesier” or are going to the 4 chord (F in this case) you could replace the B note with a Bb and you have a C7. It’s also good to get used to using the 6(A) as a replacement for that last note (melody to Frankie & Johnny Were Sweethearts ).

    The notes he wrote out will work fine for fiddle, mandolin, or guitar.

    An arpeggio is what it is. Once you learn the relationship of the fingerings/notes/sound you can transpose them wherever you like.

    What do you need to know?

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