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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp

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EXPLORING THE DOMINANT 9TH ARPEGGIO
The dominant 9th arpeggio consists of the root, major third, fifth, flat seven and major ninth. Due to this 5-note structure, it feels like a pentatonic scale which leads to fluid solo lines. Check out the interval structure on this page here: https://www.guitar.ch/en-us/guitar/arpeggio/arpeggio-dominant-9th-interval.html
To demonstrate, I filmed a great video in Mexico using these arpeggios. So much fun! Watch it right here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rFB4DYC-jA&list=PLO246T5GKLyK-sjbtwRfX3tS30JGHvtDp
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