Arpeggio is a way of playing a chord with not all at once but one by one. Not all guitarists can play a clean technique. The best way to learn is to first sweep picking technique is mastered separately after that coordinate. Basically, you have to let the "fall" to choose from string to string as if you strum a chord.
Play the following exercises with attention not stalk, stalk down not always played with the thumb (p), with the formation of (p)-(i)-(m), then try anyway formation (p)-(m)-(a). Play the following exercises with the passage tirando:
Do not try to separate the pick stroke! Guitar Arpeggio Techniques seem odd at first, but imagine a Slinky that right hand down from step to step-just let it fall. When doing a sweep of the upstroke, pull up a pick over the strings.
Tips to train this arpeggio tones should we pay attention to accuracy, picking techniques, finger position and tempo. we can not just rely on the strength of our left hand finger, between the left hand and the right hand should be balanced. If we only rely on the fingers of our left alone without the support of accurate picking, then the result will not tone that does not sound clear.
Guitar Arpeggio Technique
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