ARP Arpeggio Practice Video Backing Track
Music Theory: Level 2 • 4m 18s
A chord progression derived from Melodic MInor, use Arpeggio shapes over this track to practice your own improvised soloing. You can use Triad Arpeggios depending on the tonality (major, minor, augmented, diminished) of the chord, and it is best to start with playing the shapes verbatim to begin with. Once you're comfortable switching through the changes, you can then start to add your own riffs and licks, and try different arpeggiated patterns that stray from the diagrams.
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