Instead of going over all these extended arpeggios, utilizing triads and arpeggios in different ways opens up these sounds without running an infinite amount of arpeggios. This is one example and frankly both these chords together doesn’t make the colors pop as much. So with this example try throwing it into chord progressions where maybe only one of the chord comes up. For example a G — D7, or a Em — C and even into songs! Also, this is only ONE position, try this all across the neck! Either way, it’s a cool way to use something you already know to get great sounds.

-Related Lessons-

0:36 – Minor CAGED Arpeggio Shapes | CO 4/10
0:36 – Playing Triads (Whole Neck & All Strings!)
1:01 – Major 7 Arpeggios


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