Udemy Guitar Lessons Soloing With Arpeggios Essential Guide TUTORiAL
Soft / Video Lessons 17-02-2016
Udemy Guitar Lessons Soloing With Arpeggios Essential Guide TUTORiAL
Make your solos really stand out, using these fantastic arpeggio concepts!

Everything you ever wanted to know about arpeggios, but were afraid to ask! This mammoth series of lessons spans 34 video lessons and weighs in at over 5 hours of great guitar tuition, taught by top UK session guitarist, Bobby Harrison.

FretHub presents an in-depth study on spicing up lead breaks using arpeggios and locating chord tones.

Learn the CAGED shapes for major, minor, diminished, major 7th, minor 7th, dominant 7th & minor 7 flat 5 arpeggios, allowing you to solo freely all over the neck. The series of lessons also covers arpeggio substitution, 2 note-per-string arpeggio shapes, string skipping ideas, David Gilmour-esque mini-sweeps, funky rhythm guitar playing and if that wasn’t enough, Bobby finishes by teaching you how to play the solo from the introduction video!

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