Recognizing Arpeggios while Reading | Hub Guitar

Recognizing Arpeggios while Reading

You will find that arpeggioA chord whose notes are played in succession, as if it were part of a melody, as opposed to all together in harmony.s are commonly used in melodies.

Here we’ll systematically practice a few.

Basic arpeggios in C

Let’s warm up with these one-octave arpeggios in C.

Two-Octave Arpeggios in F

This exercise is a bit more advanced, and requires some position shifts as well. Take your time with it. If you’re a beginner, you may want to come back to this one later.

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