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Arpeggios Lessons - Major & Minor Forms Summary Sheet

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Steve's lessons on arpeggios have been great, of course!   To make my practicing easier I copied Steve's 6th and 5th string forms into a one page summary.  I've uploaded a pdf copy, found as a download below.  Note that I've also highlighted the first three notes in various colors to better see them for practice and also show the common forms between the 5th & 6th strings.



[EDIT2]  More minor tweaks to the original



Arpeggios Maj & min Forms Summary-Rev3.pdf

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Corrected colors on one form
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Hi Jasn, I printed out your PDF and have it up along with Steve's materials. It's a good tool and Looks good. I use it to help me pick out the 3 notes quickly AND continue with the rest of the pattern more easily. Two kinds of practice.

Thanks, Gene C

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Perhaps I'm just posting with myself, but my summary of Maj & min forms DL posted above has been very helpful.  For practice I've been moving more easily through the 6th & 5th string forms that are shaped alike, which is helping me drill them into my brain a bit quicker.  I've also spent time studying the summary page for similar sequencing and recognizing the 1st & 2nd string triad shapes Steve taught us in his earlier Live Lessons.  I really like having epiphanies about learning guitar.  🙂

FYI if you haven't found it yet, but I also assembled some summary sheets of the forms from Steve's Triad lessons.  Find the download here:


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