Here’s a melodic idea you might enjoy exploring. You might want to brush up on your arpeggios before working on the tab.
Posts by Darrin Koltow:
Expanding on last week’s tip, let’s take out the repeated note and play the three note arp now as a true, three note arpeggio.
This tip concerns a Bb 7 arpeggio without the Bb. I wanted to show you an alternative to the standard 4-note arpeggio with the root.
Here’s a scale exercise you might especially helpful if you’re interested in improvisation, especially modal improvisation.
Have you ever not reached a goal because it looked too easy to do, or because there wasn’t enough struggle involved in reaching it?
The fatigued you is not the ideal, guitar-practicing you. Even if you’re not a “morning person,” you may still feel that anything is possible in the morning.
Here’s a habit that doesn’t relate directly to playing guitar, but can have a great impact on your practice and playing: Keep a journal.
Putting chords to a melody is one of the most rewarding aspects of making music. Even if you can’t play chords on your guitar, you still can play arpeggios.