This week we’re looking at arpeggios, specifically two octave arpeggios. If you’ve ever tried learning a two octave arpeggio you’ll have probably encountered the popular ‘stretchy’ fingering starting on the 1st finger. That’s fine, but it’s not the most comfortable of lines.
So in this lesson we’re going to breakdown a 2 octave Major Triad arpeggio, one note at a time, so we can find a fingering and set of position shifts that work in ascent and descent.
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