It is difficult to combine scales and arpeggios and most of us struggle with arpeggios into music and to make it something that we really make music within our Jazz Guitar Solos. In this video, I am going to take you through a challenge, and you are going to figure out if there techniques for making lines or licks, that you don’t know or use. You can keep score and see if there is anything you want to add to your playing or develop further. So the focus is not really on learning new arpeggios but learning how to use them in your playing.
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0:41 The Challenge
0:56 Making Lines and Inventing Names
1:10 #1 Adding Scale notes
1:45 #2 Using Related Arpeggios
2:02 Knowing A lot of Arpeggios is always good
2:21 Finding Related Arpeggios
3:55 #3 Chaining Arpeggios
5:00 #4 Cascades
6:00 #5 Passing Chords as Arpeggios
6:56 #6 Octave-displacement
7:28 Analyzing the example
7:49 Example 2
8:16 #7 Voice-leading
9:29 How Many Points did you get?
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