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Blackstar ID:Core stereo 20-Processor in a box

Blackstar ID:Core stereo 20-Processor in a box

access_time November 6, 2016

Introduction Seriously, What is the fuzz so big about the Blackstar Id:Core stereo 20? Being an hardass valve amp user

(Notice) Seperate class time for Male and Female students

(Notice) Seperate class time for Male and Female students

access_time September 29, 2016

আমাদের সকল ছাত্র এবং ছাত্রীদের আগ্রহের ওপর ভিত্তি করে এখন থেকে নিচে দেয়া সময়সূচী অনুযায়ী ছেলে এবং মেয়েদের ক্লাস আলাদাভাবে

Rig Rundown: Bon Jovi by premierguitar.com

Rig Rundown: Bon Jovi by premierguitar.com

access_time March 8, 2017

I really enjoyed this great episode of RIG Rundown by premierguitar.com as ever growing pedal and amp users of Bangladesh will find

CHAPTER-10.1: 7TH ARPEGGIOS

CHAPTER-10.1: 7TH ARPEGGIOS

CHAPTER-10.1: 7TH ARPEGGIOS

access_time June 25, 2016

7th Arpeggios

There are 3 types of 7th Arpeggios:

  1. Major 7th
  2. Minor7th
  3. 7th

 

We describe their Formation and theory below.

Major 7th:

Add major scale’s 7th note with the corresponding Major arpeggio or chord.

Example:

CM7th=C E G+B

In case of C major 7th, the main 3 notes of the arpeggio are C,E,G as we learnt from previous chapters. The arpeggio notes C,E,G are found from its corresponding scale C Major. So now we have to add the 7th note from C major scale which is B with the existing Arpeggio of C major.

Task 1:Play C Maj7th On a metronome. Tempo 120(4/4 -2 notes in each beat)
Task 2: Find out D Maj7th,E Maj7th,F Maj7th,G Maj7th using the same rule and play as Task-1

minor 7th:

Add minor scale’s 7th note with the corresponding minor arpeggio or chord.

Example:

Cm7th=C D# G+A#

In case of C minor 7th,the main 3 notes of the arpeggio are C,D#,G as we learnt from previous chapters. The arpeggio notes C,D#,G are found from its corresponding scale C minor. So now we have to add the 7th note from C minor scale which is A# with the existing Arpeggio of C minor.

Task 1:Play C min7th On a metronome. Tempo 120(4/4 -2 notes in each beat)
Task 2: Find out D min7th,E min7th,F min7th,G min7th using the same rule and play as Task-1

7th (Dominant):

Add minor scale’s 7th note with the corresponding major arpeggio or chord.

Or Add Flattened 7th note from Natural major scale with the corresponding Major Arpeggio or chord.

Also it might be called as Dominant 7th.

Example:

C7th=C E G+ A#

In case of C7th,the main 3 notes of the arpeggio are C,E,G as we learnt from previous chapters. The arpeggio notes C,E,G are found from its corresponding scale C major. So now we have to add the 7th note from C minor scale which is A# with the existing Arpeggio of C Major.

Also using the flattened 7th note of the Major scale is the same aspect of constructing the 7th arpeggio.

Task 1:Play C7th On a metronome. Tempo 120(4/4 -2 notes in each beat)
Task 2: Find out D7th,E7th,F7th,G7th using the same rule and play as Task-1

Playing it in a progression:

Now if you have practiced playing the tasks as mentioned in the previous pages, Try playing them on the following charted progression:

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SAZZAD AREFEEN is the guitar player from the band De-illumination, guitar instructor at GuitarNeverLies -The School,official artist of Blackstar amps.

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