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Tassos Spiliotopoulos

Arpeggio Chains System (Download Version)

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Chapters

  • Part One

Basic arpeggio forms

  • Part Two

Building arpeggio chains

  • Part Three

Extensions 

  • Part Four

Chord progressions


Product Description

Arpeggios are an important part of every guitarist's vocabulary but they are often shown in long forms that can be difficult to fit into your playing in a musical way. In the first part of this video you will learn the basic four-note arpeggio forms and all their permutations on the guitar organised according to each starting finger on each string. On the second part we will look at how to combine the basic arpeggio forms in order to build long or short arpeggio chains. In the third part you will learn how to combine different arpeggio types in order to incorporate extensions into the arpeggio chains. In the fourth part we take a look at how to use the arpeggio chains over some popular chord progressions. Using the system shown in this course you will be able to explore the endless possibilities of arpeggios on the guitar and produce your own unique sounding arpeggio chains!

PDF with all the examples in standard notation and TAB included.

Length: 60 minutes

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 The latest album by guitarist Tassos Spiliotopoulos builds on to the modern Jazz idiom, but this time new influences from greek folk music, film music,    flamenco, blues and fusion are added to the mix.

 

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Opting for a more intimate sound on Archipelagos (F-IRE Records) Tassos Spiliotopoulos continues to develop his compositional approach which blends contemporary Jazz with modern classical, folk and even rock fusion.

The album's eight tracks offer a guitar oriented, European sound that is both intricate and powerful while at times becomes reflective and mesmerizing. The Trio (Yaron Stavi-bass and Asaf Sirkis, drums) interprets with a range of colours, from energetic to almost brittle and strong band interplay is always at the core of their sound. 

The album also features two very special guests, guitar virtuoso John Parricelli and legendary trumpeter Kenny Wheeler.

 

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 The album contains nine original compositions with a unique sound that is adventurous, atmospheric and at times cinematic. The mood is both dark and joyous, nostalgic and sometimes playful. 

 The quartet plays powerfully with fresh ideas, interaction and imaginative improvisations. Bringing together different musical experiences the group creates a new interesting and contemporary language that goes beyond tradition