etude_three-note-arpeggios_E-minor_3rds-in-melody

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Title

etude_three-note-arpeggios_E-minor_3rds-in-melody

Subject

Guitar Music Education

Description

This arpeggio study has melody in the bass, and arpeggiated 3rds above. It's harmony is a repeating i/iv progression between Em and Am.

The Em chord doesn't require any fretting except for the bass notes. For the Am chord, hold your index and ring fingers down, and use your pinky and middle fingers to play the bass line.

Try to practice all the finger-pickings for balance and versatility, but the (i,m) and (m,a) fingerings are the most ergonomic and best for speed.

For more practice, make variations by applying other three note arpeggio patterns.

Creator

D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net

Date

2024-02-16

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Guitar Practice: discussion, technique, song and online curation

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Citation

D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net , “etude_three-note-arpeggios_E-minor_3rds-in-melody,” D.J. Ellis Guitar - discussion, technique, song and online curation, accessed July 25, 2024, https://djellis.net/items/show/63.