Learn How To Creatively Use Arpeggios In Your Guitar Playing And Make Them Sound AWESOME, Instead Of Forced And Awkward
Want an easy way to make arpeggios sound creative and exciting for any style?
This page will show you how.
Many guitar players think arpeggios are only for metal guitar. Not so.
An “arpeggio” is just a chord – played 1 note at a time.
So, you can use arpeggios in every style that uses chords some way, shape or form. This includes *any* musical style, from heavy metal, to pop, to jazz to country and yes, even blues!
All you need to know is how to adapt arpeggios *for* a particular style in a way that makes arpeggios sound cool, expressive and musical instead of forced and abrasive.
The eGuide on this page will show you exactly how to do this and more.
Simply do what it says for 20-30 minutes per day and soon you’ll be able to use arpeggio guitar licks smoothly and creatively in all your guitar licks and solos (without sounding out of place).
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