Guitar Tuition Course Part 1
Sequence Using Open string E chords,
‘E’ Chord Sequence
The following sequence is useful for learning where the ‘pure’ chords of E through D are on the fretboard.
E (major) F (major7b5) G (major6) A (major9)
Fret number 2 3 5 7
B (major sus4) C (major7) D (major6/9) E (major)
Fret number 9 10 12 14
Arpeggios Guitar Tuition Course
An ARPEGGIO is playing a series of notes in order.
This file gives an introduction to arpeggios and is a simple exercise for both hands.
The following diagrams illustrate arpeggios in the key of G using the top three strings.
Once you have mastered this exercise you can use the same technique to play arpeggios over any chord sequence.
These are exercises NOT proper arpeggios.
A real arpeggio is playing the notes of the triad of chord in order.
Arpeggios in G
Play down strokes from the G string then the B string then the E string then the B string again for each chord in order.
Fret Numbers 3 1 1 2
G G7 C D7
These are all open string chords
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