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Jason Becker Altitudes proper way to play arpeggios. Jason Becker Altitudes proper way to play arpeggios Ok so first off I want to say that I am not looking for people to tell me to play it my own way, or the way i am comfortable with.


The reason I play other musicians music is to learn from them and do it their way. Now thats out of the way, I was hoping we could get some discussion on the proper way of playing the altitudes arpeggios.


I’ll use the first arpeggio for example. These are the three ways I have seen it played, the last one listed here is from the official tab book, though official tab books are often not very accurate.

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He most definitely used the first one. That being said, it doesn’t matter. If you like the sound of sliding in the middle of it, then do the second one. The overall tonality hardly changes, so just do what you feel is most comfortable.

Technique-wise, it’ll all become second-nature within a few years anyways. To me it really sounds like there is something more going on that.

I’ve played through the song several times, and I’ve always used that inversion every time that minor arpeggio is being played. He didn’t really slide much when he did fast arpeggio runs, and those basic triad arpeggios are what he seemed to use the most.


Originally Posted by The Jan. He used altitude second one.

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He uses odd shapes all the time. Mystery arpeggios By jwilliams in forum Music Theory. By Bande in forum iBreathe Cafe.

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