Be a Better Acoustic Guitarist: How to Break Open Your Chords
If you can strum or fingerpick chords and pick individual notes, you may be looking for the next step: some tool that can help you create cool-sounding riffs, complementary parts, and even spectacular solos. Better yet, what if this new technique was an impressive eight-letter Italian word? By the time you finish this lesson, you’ll not only know how to play an arpeggio, a chord broken up into individual notes; you’ll also know all sorts of ways to use them in your playing.
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