How To Play Two Octave Arpeggios

How To Play Two Octave Arpeggios

2017-11-06T16:10:01+00:00July 4th, 2014|0 Comments

Arpeggios and chord tones are some of the most important patterns you can practice on bass guitar. We generally learn one octave shapes that fall easily under the fingers. Two octave arpeggios require a lot of position shifting and can be quite technically demanding. In this free online bass lesson, I’ll show you a system for working out arpeggio shapes for both triads and seventh chords.

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