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    Yousuf_guitar is offline Beginner
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    what is Arpeggio

    Hi guys
    can any one tell me what an Arpeggio how do u do it
    and is it done in electric or acoustic.......
    thanx in advance

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    death_metal_fan is offline oh goody, it's a woody!
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    An arpeggio simply means playing the notes of a chord individually instead of striking them all at once (as you would a chord). It has nothing to do with the kind of guitar you play.

    You can see the tutorial here on how to play arpeggios.
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    Xactly... Arpeggio Has nothing to do wid the type of guitar... its simply playing the chords with a pause in between...many of bryan adams songs are good xamples....plz hear them...
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    Yousuf_guitar is offline Beginner
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    hey thanx alot guyz....



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