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Cover Design:Joonn C o r r e r o. An arpeggiois a seriesof chordtonesplayedone n o t e a t. Theyarealsoused asaccompanimednet v i c e s. In contemporarmy usic,suchas r o c k , b l u e s a n d jazz, a r p e g g i o s a r e u s e d a s improvisationtaololsalongwithscales. Howeveri,f yoursoloismadeuponlyofchordtones,youruntheriskof boringyourlistenelsG. Arpeggiosare veryusefulin particular to the jazz musicianbecausethisstyleof.

C h o r d s a r e usuallyplayedonenoteperstring. Insomecases,it'spossibleto p l a y o n e , t w o o r threenotesperstringin an arpeggioT. Theformatof thisbookis simple.

Eachpagecontainsa p a r t i c u l a t r y p e o f c h o r d , whichisshowninfivedifferenftormsT. Byusingthisnote,youcanmovethechord formupanddownthefingerboartdo playthischordonanyfretandinanykey. T h e r i g h t c o l u m n showsthelargerscalepatternwhichgoeswiththisarpeggioandchord. An X abovea s t r i n g m e a n s y o u m u s t e i t h e m r utethestringorstringsorsimplynotpluckitifyouare usingyourfingers.

Maonfythesechordswillbeeasietro playifyoupluckthestrings withyourfingersinsteadoftryingtostrumthemwitha pick. Onsomeofthemorecomplicatecdhordssuchas Dom9b5I,'veshadedin someof t h e n o t e s i n a n a t t e m p t t o m a k e t h i n g s a littleclearerasto whatareimportanntotes andwhatare not. Insomecases,the rootwillbe shaded,becausetherootis not r e a l l y a necessarnyotein a n a r p e g g i o F.

Thesearethenumbers insidethecirclesin eachchordform. Fivedifferenftormsof eachchordtypeare given. ThescalesI choseto showwitheachchordtypearewhatyour"averageg"arden v a r i e t y jazzmusiciamn ighthavechosenH.

A goodjazz lheorytextandqualifiedinstructocranputthis subjecitnperspectivfeoryou. It'supto youto choosewhatorderto playthenoteswhichmakeup anyarpeggio. Youdon'thaveto startfromthelowesnt oteandgo rightupfromthere. Youcanstart anywhereyoulikeandplaythenotesinanyorder. Also,you'llhavetoworkoutyour ownfingeringfsorthechordforms,arpeggioasndscalesT. E v e n t u a l l y y o , umustknowwhatyou'redoingwhenyouareplayingthesethingss, o s t a r t n o w t o knowwhat'sgoingonwithyourplaying.

Practicethesearpeggiobsyfirsthittinga chordt,henthearpeggiowhichgoeswithit, a n d t h e n t h e l a r g e r s c a l e T. M o s t g u i t a r i s t w s ho'vegrownupplayingrockandbluesstylesareoftentrappedbya mono-scalaarpproachto soloingT. In manycases,thisworkswellbecausewhattheycallchordsarereallynot. Theyare intervalosf a perfecSt th,alsoknownaspowerchordsT. T h i s t y p e o f harmonicmovemenmt akesyourscaleseeminadequataendoutof. Two of the earliest i a z z. Aboutthe a u t h o r. M i c h i g a n n a t i v e D , onhasmadeEugeneO, regonhishomesincewherehe buildsandridesrecumbanbticycleswhenit'snotraining.

Majo7r t h. MajorT s. Majo redd9. Minor 7. Minor7b5 akaHalf-Diminished. Minor addg. Dominan7tb5 akaDominan7t Dominan7t 5 9. Dominant gth. Dominan9tb5 akaDominan9t Dominan9t 5 akaAugmented gth. Dominan1t3b5 akaDominan1t3 11 ' t. Dominan1t3 9. Suspended gth. Major7 5. Mino6r t h. Mino7r t h. I b7Jb3. Mino9r t h. Dominan7t M lb7Ib3. Arpeggio Arpeggio D. Dominan7t 5b9.

Dominan7tb5 9. Dominant 9 b 5. Dominan9t 5. UhordType: AugmenteTdriad. ChordType: Augmente7dth. A procticols,tepbystepopproochto t h e f u n d o -. Anexcellents,ystemotiocpproochto b u i l d i n g o comprehensivcehordvocobuloryS. Thisbookillustroteisn,fivedifferentpositionosllthe modes of the mojor,hormonic m i n o r , m e l o d i c minor, pentotonic, blues,diminishedond w h o l e tone scoles,Donolsoshowsthe primoryusesfor eoch scole,withon e x o m p l e o f e o c h ,.

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Everyserious guitaristmust at some pointmastermanyof the primaryarpeggioformssuch as majTth,minTth,augTth,etc. Arpeggios are frequently usedin constructing melodies. A quickanalysisof melodies frommusicof nearlyall agesandstyleswilldemonstrate thisfact. Theyare alsoused as accompaniment devices. In contemporary music,such as rock, blues and jazz, arpeggiosare used as improvisational toolsalongwith scales.

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Cover Design:Joonn C o r r e r o. An arpeggiois a seriesof chordtonesplayedone n o t e a t. Theyarealsoused asaccompanimednet v i c e s. In contemporarmy usic,suchas r o c k , b l u e s a n d jazz, a r p e g g i o s a r e u s e d a s improvisationtaololsalongwithscales. Howeveri,f yoursoloismadeuponlyofchordtones,youruntheriskof boringyourlistenelsG. Arpeggiosare veryusefulin particular to the jazz musicianbecausethisstyleof. C h o r d s a r e usuallyplayedonenoteperstring.

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