In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine teaches how to use Arpeggios to create a “melody” in your playing.
This is a technique that many players use, from David Gilmour to Eric Johnson. We often think that Arpeggios are just used fast as in “sweeps”, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Melody often relies on the connection of the notes of the chord being played, and that’s where arpeggios become really useful.
Keep looking for more guitar lessons on guitar arpeggios, and how to use them in your guitar playing and guitar solos.
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