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    PLEASE  CLICK HERE FOR A DETAILED INFO OF THE LESSON Hi, this lesson covers a very nice aspect of technique and playing. I think the use of "designed arpeggios" is a priceless tool in order to enrich the vocabulary in your playing and composition. Had a big influence in the design of arpeggios following the "212" Tim Miller´s construction (Not always is the same patron, sometimes is "121", sometimes more patrons). 212 refers on playing 2 notes on the 6th string (or lowest string), 1 note on the 5th string, 2 on the 4th string and so on. By this, on a 6 string guitar you´d have a 9 note arpeggio. This lead me to explore this type of playing having in mind the quantity of notes per string. All the notes of the arpeggios are from the scale, In this particular lesson I listed 9 arpeggios for the: Diminished Scale (T+1/2): 1-9-b3-4-b5-b6-6-7 These ones are really nice, use this over a dominant chord bring a "spice taste" to the vocabulary.
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    Arpeggios #2

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    For detailed information of this lesson please go to: https://juandarango.com/arpeggios2 Hi, this lesson covers a very nice aspect of my technique and playing. I think the use of “designed arpeggios” is a priceless tool in order to enrich the vocabulary in your playing and composition. I wrote some arpeggios on the past that have been very useful for me. Had a big influence in the desing of arpeggios following the “212” Tim Miller´s construction (Not always is the same patron, sometimes is “121”, sometimes more patrons). 212 refers on playing 2 notes on the 6th string (or lowest string), 1 note on the 5th string, 2 on the 4th string and so on. By this, on a 6 string guitar you´d have a 9 note arpeggio. This lead me to explore this type of playing having in mind the quantity of notes per string. Starting from this principle, I tried to design the arpeggios playing at least one time the third of the chord/scale. All the notes of the arpeggios are from the scale, In this particular lesson I listed 4 to 6 arpeggios for each of these modes with variations: Hirajoshi pentatonic scale (1,9,b3,5,b6) Pelog hexatonic scale (1,b9,#9,3,5,b6) Reductions adapted of some “Quadritonal arpeggios” of Nicolas Slonimsky
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    Arpeggios # 1

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    For detailed information of this lesson please go to: https://juandarango.com/arpeggios1

    Hi, this lesson covers a very nice aspect of my technique and playing.

    I think the use of "designed arpeggios" is a priceless tool in order to enrich the vocabulary in your playing and composition.

    I decided to share with you some arpeggios I wrote on the past that have been very useful for me. I had a big influence in the desing of arpeggios following the "212" Tim Miller´s construction (Not always is the same patron, sometimes is "121", sometimes more patrons, but in this particular lesson I follow the 212 construction). 212 refers on playing 2 notes on the 6th string (or lowest string), 1 note on the 5th string, 2 on the 4th string and so on.  By this, on a 6 string guitar you´d have a 9 note arpeggio.

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