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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...
Q: I've played guitar for 20 years but only recently taken interest in guitar and fret board theory. I really liked your video on how to practice scales, but cannot seem to understand how I can build arpeggios starting from the major scale patterns and the corresponding chord voicings. You are by far the most comprehensible guitar teacher on YouTube! Thanks.
A: The process of constructing arpeggios from scales and arpeggio relationships to chord voicings so happens to be one of the most important connections we have to harmony when we're improvising, or composing any melodic line. The key signature and thus the scale built from that, provides the foundational structure for the entire process. However, since chords interact through various diatonic substitution principles we actually have a lot more options available when it comes to using arpeggios. The most important element involves being able to apply an assortment of arpeggios that will relate well to the chords found inside any chord progression. In the video I cover; some basic arpeggio theory, get acquainted with where arpeggios come from, how they're constructed, how they can be practiced, and how we can begin to notice all the options that we can have when it comes to using arpeggios musically.
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