Module ID: APAT
In this module we'll check out the 5 Patterns for the most common arpeggios types; Major 7, Minor 7, Dominant 7, Min7b5 and Diminished 7. The five patterns are based on The CAGED System.
If you are not sure about how to put these into practice, start with my What Why and How lesson. More advanced players might be using these as a reference from Jazz study.
You can use these arpeggios in fancy ways too - see Superimposing Arpeggios lesson.
Major 7th Arpeggios
Here are the 5 positions of the Major 7th Arpeggios. Make sure you practice playing the related chord, then the arpeggio and then the chord again - you should try a...
Minor 7th Arpeggios
Here are the 5 positions of the Minor 7th Arpeggios. They are VERY similar to the Minor Pentatonics, so be careful not to get them confused. Make sure you practice ...
Dominant 7th Arpeggios
Here are the 5 positions of the Dominant 7th Arpeggios. Note that Dominant arpeggios (like chords) are often just written as 7 - so if you see a G7 arpeggio then it me...
Minor 7b5th Arpeggios
Here are the 5 positions of the Minor 7b5 Arpeggios. They are VERY similar to the Minor 7 arps, so be careful not to get them confused. Make sure you practice playi...
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