Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by baldeep, Jan 22, 2006.
guyz, can any body tell wot is an appregio???
I do think you mean an arpeggio.
i think ur asking wht an arpeggio is... not 2 sure wht an apreggio is, lol
an arpeggio, is where the notes of a chord are played seperatly in quick succession one after the other. usually from low 2 high pitch
arpeggios are the notes of any chord played individually...
isnt that wht i sed?
^^yes....but u werent sure....
not wantin ne trouble or nething, but ansh, i sed i wsnt sure wht an apreggio was out of sarcasm, lol
browse through www.ultimate-guitar.com there r some nice articles abt arp...
Yeah the ppl here have said it all.
Arpeggio is playing the individual notes that form the chord.
C major chord contains the notes: C E G.
So if u play C, E and G in whichver order u like, I will say: You are playing arpeggio in C major.
thanx a lot...will surely check the site
n dont forget to add to my reps
Am supposed to be the reputation whore here.
^^ u r not alone in the race
there is bjr too lmao
arpeguation is holding a chord and picking one note at a time ........ (u can have 2 or 3 too ......)
^ Not necesarily.
I just need to play the notes of the chords, they may or may not be in chord position.
yeah, i guess it gives a more melodious sound to the work and as mentioned in the site, makes it sound much more complex!!!its a fantastic thing........need much practice though!!!
well all i can do now is hold the C chords and try picking the strings with my fingers. one question though.......can i pick the open strings while holdin C?? or only thenotes which make up the chord sounds nice,nevertheless:beer:
dood !!!!!!!!!! any thing with more than 1 note can be called a chord .. Its all left as to how u name it ...
even the most complex pattern held can be named ...
can u get me some 2 or more notes which cant be named ... I am not very good (i mean i have no idea about naming but) .. u can name anything ,.,, for sure ...
I said: "may or may not be in chord position"
ya but anything can be called a chord ... its all in the naming is wht i meant !
By definition, a chord should have minimum of 3 notes. If there only two notes, then it's called an intervallaic diad :
Okay Nanda name this chord if I hold E, F, F#.
Separate names with a comma.