Loud & Proud: Expanding Diminished-Seven Arpeggio Shapes Across the Fretboard
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Last month, I demonstrated a handful of ways to execute fast melodic bursts based on diminished-seven arpeggios. In doing so, I wanted to lay the groundwork for incorporating these ideas into solos rooted primarily in other sounds, such as minor pentatonic, the blues scale, minor modes and so on.
This month, I'd like to examine other ways to play an E diminished-seven arpeggio (E G Bb C#). In doing so, I'll introduce and detail new shapes that work across greater stretches of the fretboard and in more diverse, expansive ways.
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