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A new system of sequencing triad arpeggios
Sequencing triad arpeggios has always been a special challenge on the guitar. This challenge does not exist for a piano or a saxophone player, but only for players of four or six string instruments.
The Scotoma system of sequencing arpeggios completely annihilates this apparent problem for the guitar player.
This system introduces a new way of laying out the notes of any arpeggio on the fretboard and provides specific instructions on what techniques to use within these shapes.
The shapes are so flexible that the same sequence can often be played in more than one way and they provide a way to play the sequences at extreme levels of speed.
How are we going to do it?
The program is divided up into three parts. In the first part we will focus on the Scotoma system itself, the patterns, the techniques and the special little challenges we need to focus on and overcome quickly.
In part two and three, we will focus on expanding the fundamental system and on using the arpeggio sequences in different contexts. In each of the three parts you will learn super fast sequences that most people haven't ever heard coming from a guitar before.