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Chapter 5: The Power of Three – Using triad arpeggios to imply more complex chord qualities

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Chapter 5: The Power of Three – Using triad arpeggios to imply more complex chord qualities

Description:

Changing the focus from scales to arpeggios, in this chapter John discusses and demonstrates how to utilize simple triadic shapes and patterns in ways that imply more complex and varied chord qualities, which can serve as a very effective improvisational-compositional device. Using a sweep-picked G major triad arpeggio shape across the top three strings as a starting point, the guitarist demonstrates how you can superimpose that shape over a shifting chord progression to create colorful tonal colors. John then shows you how to combine various related triad shapes in ways that effectively imply upper-structure harmonies, such as ninths and 13ths.

Genre:

Hard Rock / Metal, Lead, Metal, Prog, Rock, Shred

Difficulty:

Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, arpeggios, bending, chords, finger slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, sweep picking, vibrato

Artist:

John Petrucci, Dream Theater

Run Time:

9:03

 


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