Fretless 6-String Guitar Technique – Tim Donahue
Arpeggios can be approached in much the same way scales can, either fingered in one position or shifting positions using slides. The following arpeggios correspond to the earlier scale examples.
All are played in one position with either 1st or 4th finger stretches. Again, I think that good intonation is easiest to maintain with these 21 fingerings:
Arpeggios with slides
As with scales with slides (discussed in section IVb) the slide will not exceed a major 2nd interval. Therefore, only major 7, minor 7 and dominant 7 arpeggios will follow since they contain a 2nd interval between their 7th degree and root.
A few possibilities:
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