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Rules of Guitar Classes

Rules of Guitar Classes

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আমাদের লক্ষ্য তোমাদের সঠিক ভাবে গীটার শেখানো , যার জন্য আমাদের নিচের নিয়ম গুলো অবশ্যই মেনে চলতে হয় আমাদের এবং

CHAPTER-11: APPLYING 7TH CHORDS AND ARPEGGIOS AND ODD TIME SIGNATURE

CHAPTER-11: APPLYING 7TH CHORDS AND ARPEGGIOS AND ODD TIME SIGNATURE

CHAPTER-11: APPLYING 7TH CHORDS AND ARPEGGIOS AND ODD TIME SIGNATURE

access_time June 25, 2016

In this chapter, we learn to create pattern based arpeggios based on Major 7th,Minor and  Dominant 7th .See Chapter 10 Before you proceed from our site.

PATTERN-1

Mute Rhythms:

Mute Rhythm Gives you a great access to create variation points in your basic rhythms. In this part play CMAJ 7th chord in the background with the arpeggio. Below in the figure you see we are playing 2 strokes in 1 beat ,on the 1st down stroke at the 2nd beat there is an X mark up above, that means you have to mute your chord there .To mute it, Simply release the chord’s pressure from the strings, but keep it as same as the chords placement.

PATTERN-1, HOW TO CREATE?

We start from the 2nd note, descend on the 1st note, ascend from the 2nd to the last note and descend to the 1st note again of the Basic 7th Arpeggios we learnt on chapter 10.

Apply mute rhythm on the above arpeggios for background rhythm.

Task-1

You must be able to play the Mute rhythm on all 7th chords.

Task-2

You must be able to play The arpeggio pattern-1 in All 7th arpeggios.

Task-3

Play the following chords and arpeggio in a progression, Also practice the mute rhythm accordingly.


Pattern-2

Mute rhythm and 5/4 Beat:

5/4 Beats are same as we do count the 4/4, In this case we just count 1,2,3,4,5 That’s all! The following rhythm table shows what rhythm we will play on 5/4:

Same as the previous Pattern, Play the rhythm till the 4th beat, strike a single down stroke on the 5th.And set your metronome option to 5/4.

PATTERN-2,HOW TO CREATE?

We start from the 3rd note, descend on the 1st note, start from the 2nd note and ascend to the last note, descend on the 1st note . As you can see there are 9 notes you have to alternate pick same as the rhythm figure mentioned to play the Pattern.

Task-1

You must be able to play the Mute rhythm on all 7th chords.

Task-2

You must be able to play The arpeggio pattern-2  in All 7th arpeggios.

Task-3

Play the following chords and arpeggio in a progression, Also practice the mute rhythm accordingly.


Pattern-3

Mute rhythm and 7/4 Beat:

7/4 Beats are a bit difficult, In this case we just count 1,2,3,4,1,2,3 – The following rhythm table shows what rhythm we will play  on 7/4:

Same as the previous Pattern, Play the rhythm till the 4th beat, strike a single down stroke on the 5th.And set your metronome option to 5/4.

PATTERN-3,HOW TO CREATE?

Start from last note, descend to the 2nd note, ascend to the last note, descend to the 1st note, ascend to the last note and descend to the 1st note again.

Task-1

You must be able to play the Mute rhythm on all 7th chords.

Task-2

You must be able to play The arpeggio pattern-3  in All 7th arpeggios.

Task-3

Play the following chords and arpeggio in a progression, Also practice the mute rhythm accordingly.


Pattern 1 and 2 Video

Pattern 3 Video

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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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