Arpeggio Variations In D MinorIn this insane thirty-two measure Arpeggio Variations In D Minor solo, Chris Zoupa gives us some more essential soloing techniques. hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, many position shifts, many variations of arpeggios, the D minor, and harmonic minor scale, minor pentatonic, and even two hand finger tapping. We see all our favorite guitar players using all these techniques, and learning this soloing exercise will vastly improve your guitar playing regardless of your skill level. The tonality of this solo is D minor, The relative major key to D minor is F major. The notes to this scale are D E F G A Bb C D. The D harmonic minor scale is D E F G A Bb C# D. (D minor scale with a raised seventh degree) You want to make sure you start slowly with this one, its not for the faint of heart.
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