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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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hey, could someone please show me the minor equilivelant of these major arp's:

---17-12---------------------------------12-17--
------------14--------------------------14--------
---------------14-------------------14-----------
------------------14-11----11-14-------------
-------------------------12-------------------
----------------------------------------------

--21-17----------------------------------17-21-
----------17---------------------------17------
-------------18--------------------18---------
-----------------19-------------19----------
---------------------19-16-19--------------
-----------------------------------------------

thanks.


   
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(@fretsource)
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Sure. These are based on A, so all C#s in the major become C in the minor

---17-12---------------------------------12-17--
------------13--------------------------13--------
---------------14-------------------14-----------
------------------14-10----10-14-------------
-------------------------12-------------------
----------------------------------------------

--20-17----------------------------------17-20-
----------17---------------------------17------
-------------17--------------------17---------
-----------------19-------------19----------
---------------------19-15-19--------------
-----------------------------------------------


   
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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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oh yeah, course :roll: new that first one already. but thanks for showing me the other one. :)

Hey does anyone know whole tone apreggios??? :?


   
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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Don't take the easy way dude. You can figure this out on your own. Learning arpeggios isn't about learning boxes, it's about understanding what you're doing. So write down the notes required for whatever you want, find them on the fretboard and practice them.


   
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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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Don't take the easy way dude. You can figure this out on your own. Learning arpeggios isn't about learning boxes, it's about understanding what you're doing. So write down the notes required for whatever you want, find them on the fretboard and practice them.

yea i suppose working out the notes would be better practice :oops: but im just focusing on getting back to full playing at the moment after a lengthy period of RSI. Learning the notes will have to wait (again...) :?


   
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(@ricochet)
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If you want to do it the "easy" way, don't fool with tabbing it out here. Look it up here: http://www.looknohands.com/chordhouse/guitar/index_rb.html

"A cheerful heart is good medicine."


   
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