These fingering suggestions was made by finding the arpeggio in each of the 7 3-note-per-string scale fingerings. You can also download the chart as a pdf here: C7 arpeggios

These fingering suggestions was made by finding the arpeggio in each of the 7 3-note-per-string scale fingerings. You can also download the chart as a pdf here: C7 arpeggios

Quartal Harmony - Global Guitar NetworkGlobal Guitar Network

[ padding& 0 An alternative to building chords with thirds is to build them using fourths instead or Quartal Harmony. All the fourth intervals will be […]

These fingering suggestions was made by finding the arpeggio in each of the 7 3-note-per-string scale fingerings. You can also download the chart as a pdf here: Cm7b5 arpeggios

These fingering suggestions was made by finding the arpeggio in each of the

Chart of the Spanish Minor scale patterns on the guitar fretboard. Also known by its Catholic Church name Phrygian Mode, works against both Major and Minor, the clashing notes providing it with its unique character or color. When used to extend the Blues scale, it becomes a staple of Metal, especially 1980's Thrash Metal.

Jay Skyler's Series 2 guitar neck fretboard diagram of Lydian Mode. The only mode with a sharp in it (the sharp Lydian Mode is the fourth mode of Major (Ionian) and the mode of Minor (Aeolian). It is in the Major family of chord and scale qualities.

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