The Master Arpeggios Book Vol.1
3 Months to master your Maj.7, min7, and Dom.7 arpeggios in all 12 Keys and all 5 positions on the guitar in 15min a day
"I want to congratulate you for the great job you guys did writing those exercises. I've never seen anything like that before. With just those exercises I've enriched my playing and I can't wait to see what that full ebook can do for me."
In this book you will learn...
...the BEST way I've found to play Maj.7, min7, and Dom.7 arpeggios in all 12 keys and 5 positions on the guitar, and in doing so, you will begin to master the fretboard.
...10 unique "Master" lines so you can turn the arpeggios you practice into REAL Jazz vocabulary
The guitar can be broken up into 5 main positions, and each arpeggio corresponds to one of these positions based on its nearest related chord voicing. By learning the arpeggios in the context of their position and the surrounding chord voicings, you will start to visualize the arpeggios you practice naturally and then be able to access them in your improvisation more easily.
Even though we can shift keys easily on the guitar by moving up and down frets, each key still feels differently on the guitar and lends itself to different fingering.
...lines that are specifically tailored to guitarists.
What does this mean? It means you are provided the exact position, tab, fingering AND pick stroke to use in order to be able to play these arpeggios at fast tempos.
When you buy arpeggio books from other online educators, they either aren’t guitarists or haven’t included this level of detail because they haven’t thought of the best way to learn and play these arpeggios. They'll give you every possible way to play an arpeggio, when only 1 out of the 3 ways they show is ACTUALLY usable in improvised situations.
...a 3-month practice plan for how to practice the material inside in as little as 15-25min per day, 5 days per week.
If you follow this plan, you will see significant changes to your technique, improvisation, and overall understanding of the guitar in 3 months. In addition, I provide benchmarks for each arpeggio line so you can know whether you should move on.