Symmetric Boomerang Arpeggios (minor)
In this short melodic study I present a great way to play minor arpeggios using a 2 note per string melodic split. This produces very easy and symmetric fingering patterns that repeat each two strings throughout the entire range of the fretboard.
The intervallic structure of the arpeggios also evolves from 3rds (lower register) to 4ths (higher register) as we transition past the 4th and/or 3rd string on the instrument.
This way we can make the higher register have wider intervals within the arpeggio pattern and in turn this lets us access a different order of the chord tones/extensions of the harmony.
The study consists of 4 main arpeggio patterns (in 3 octaves) that cover the root position, 1st, 2nd and 3rd inversions of a minor chord and within each pattern I am presenting 3 different technical exercises (4 Note Sequences, Percussive Hammers and Twisted Arches) that will help with technique development, finger independence and the faster implementation of the material within musical lines and phrases that you can use in your improvisations.
Symmetric Boomerang Arpeggios (minor) study (PDF file - TAB and Standard Notation).
"HD Video" of All Phrase (at tempo and slowed down).
4 Backing Tracks.
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Symmetric Boomerang Arpeggios (minor) study (PDF file - TAB and Standard Notation). "HD Video" of All Phrase (at tempo and slowed down). 4 Backing Tracks.