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Jazz guitar arpeggios | Fretboard diagrams, licks with tabs and theory | Free jazz lesson
- By Stef Ramin
- On 21/01/2016
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An arpeggio is a chord whose notes are played one at a time, it is a chord played like a scale. Arpeggios are quite easy to learn and mostly played in jazz and western music. It helps you to create fluid and clear lines over specific chords. Any jazz guitarist have to master this technique. Now it's time to take stock of the main arpeggios guitar positions and make the difference between them.
Here are the five main arpeggios with guitar fretboard diagrams and fingerings.
Major seventh arpeggios
Minor seventh arpeggios
Dominant 7th arpeggios
Half diminished arpeggios - m7b5
Diminished seventh arpeggios
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