Beautifully Transition Between Chords In Arpeggio Guitar Picking

Alon Cooper, Founder - The GuitarHippies Blog

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    • Arpeggio Bass Stairways HD

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About This Class

In this class, you will learn how to create gorgeous and interesting transitions when you move between the different chords in a song. This is the technique that I call "Arpeggio Bass Stairways".

For more information about arpeggio picking, see my other classes, for example: "The 8 Best Songs to Learn Arpeggio With". Enjoy!

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Why should you listen to me?

Hey! My name is Alon. I have been teaching music, both online and face to face, to tens of thousands of students in the last six years - while traveling four different continents and jammin' and performing with many different musicians. I am mainly a guitarist, pianist and harmonica player, and I also play other instruments including the flute, trumpet, bass and more. I am constantly looking for the best ways and shortcuts to teaching music effectively - and with FUN. The student feedbacks show that I do it very well. (:

My guitar blog, GuitarHippies-com, (founded in 2014) where I share my tips for playing music, has a monthly readership of over 100K people from over a 150 different countries and is one of the world's top five most read guitar blogs*. I am also the founder of the Harmonica Jamz-com courses and blog that has been online since 2016 and has thousands of happy students here on Udemy.

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Cheers, and I'm looking forward to seeing you inside, 

-Alon

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Alon Cooper

Founder - The GuitarHippies Blog

Alon Cooper (Born 1990)Alon is the founder of the blog GuitarHippies-com, one of the top five most-read guitar blogs worldwide, and of Harmonica Jamz - a unique harmonica learning system.

Alon is a professional multi-instrumentalist with a passion for creating musical shortcuts and helping musicians advance to the level they want to get to - in the fastest way around.

Over the last six years, Alon has spent many months backpacking through four diffe...

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