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Wide interval arpeggios
July 7, 2014
5:41 pm
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Chaz
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Hey there Tim,

I’ve been practicing the wide interval arpeggios for sometime and think they’re starting to work their way into my improvisation, but do you plan to cover your inversions? Currently I’ve worked out your voicings from the 6th and 5th strings and am currently working out some inversions, but I’d really like to know which inversions you use? Do you think you could notate or tab out a few of your inversions to get me started on your approach? It’d be greatly appreciated!

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Chaz

July 8, 2014
8:48 pm
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Hi Chaz,
Could you clarify the question. I am not following exactly what you mean.
Thanks,
Tim.

July 9, 2014
1:28 am
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Hey Tim,

Here is the link to the sheet music of the wide interval arpeggios (although I’m sure you don’t need it haha): http://members.internetguitarl…..-chart.pdf

All of the arpeggios you provided are in “root position” and have the bass on the sixth string.

Towards the beginning of the lesson (http://members.internetguitarl…..arpeggios/) you have a very free flowing improvisation where it seems like you’re combining different wide interval arpeggios, switching mid arpeggio to follow the changes, but it also seems like you’re utilizing different worked out inversions of the root position wide interval arpeggios that you gave with aforementioned lesson.

Hope that’s clear!

So what I mentioned in the first post was that I worked out the given arpeggio forms with the root on the 5th string and began creating my own inversions, but was curious if you have several voicings / inversions worked out or if yours are direct inversions of the root position arpeggios you gave with the lesson.

Thanks again,

Chaz

July 10, 2014
8:07 pm
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Hi Chaz,
With these arpeggios, I do not have inversions, I use substitutions. For example, If I am playing and arpeggio for a Gmin7 chord, I will substitute a Bbmaj7(#11) for that chord, giving the arpeggio a different starting pitch. Diatonic substitutions will give you arpeggios starting on different notes in the scale. If I have a G7 chord, I might play a Dmin11 arpeggio for example.
Best,
Tim.

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