The four most important arpeggios shapes
Learn these in all five shapes
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The four arpeggios in E and Em shapes
The final piece of the puzzle to fully map out the fretboard
By learning the chords, the pentatonic scales, the modes, and now finally the arpeggios you are set on a path of non-thinking, just playing. All you need will soon be at your disposal, anywhere on the neck, in whatever key.
Without this sense of completeness, you will not be able to let go, you’ll be too busy looking at how to cram in your favorite lick, rather than surrender to the music and just take part.
For many, this is the ultimate goal for a musician. You can only reach this goal if you train your hands to fluently speak the language of music.
The four arpeggios are a huge part of this language. The advanced guitar course will paint the full picture and step by step get you there.
Below you find links to all four arpeggios with video lessons for all five shapes.
To learn all dom7 shapes, you must put yourself through a series of exercises. The first step is to learn all five shapes individually.
Go to Dom7 arpeggios.
Should it be a maj9, maj7#11, or a maj13, the maj7 arpeggio will still work. Just like with the dom7 Arpeggios, there are five shapes to learn.
Go to Maj7 arpeggios.
The min7 arpeggio shapes are the easiest to learn as you simply remove a note from the Minor Pentatonic.
Go to Min7 arpeggios.
You won’t find a min7b5 chord in every song but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it! You could use the min7b5 shape when you arpeggio substitute.
Go to Min7b5 arpeggios.
The advanced songs require you to learn 7th note chords, arpeggios, and modal scales. This will be revolutionary for your understanding of the guitar fret board.
Go to Advanced guitar course.
But don’t fret – As you’ve already mapped out the fret board with pentatonic scales and barre chords, extending the concept is actually really simple.
Go to Advanced guitar exercises.
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Go to Advanced acoustic songs.
Including detailed, but bite-sized explanations on how the music theory of each song is applied to the neck.
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