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GUITAR THEORY: Double-Stop Arpeggios

http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Search Andrew Wasson.com for FREE lesson Handouts. Search Videos by Name or date. GO TO: http://www.andrewwasson.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question... Q: I like the sound of when a guitar player uses thirds and I've been practicing them myself but just going linear through a few scales. Can you do a lesson on using thirds, but discuss thirds with arpeggios? I recently read a post on a discussion forum about this concept, but I don't quite get how thirds can be sounded through arpeggios. I really appreciate all of your YouTube lessons and I hope that you consider my question. Thanks, - Marquis, London England A: One great way of getting a lot of harmonic colour to your guitar melodies (or your solos) is through the use of double-stop arpeggios! And, thirds are certainly the most commonly used interval for this technique. They not only embellish chord-melodies, but they create a very cool illusion of a lush harmony. The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly. Follow me on Twitter for lesson posting announcements: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson ____________________________________ Andrew's Official Q & A Guitar Blog Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com Andrew's "Video GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/guitarblogupdate The Creative Guitar Studio Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Follow Andrew on Blogspot: http://creativeguitarstudio.blogspot.com/ Follow on Twitter for new lesson announcements: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/andrewwasson Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 _____________________________________
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