If I were you I'd really practice the arpeggios as much as possible. But really make sure you know your notes in the arpeggio. The reason why is that knowing your arpeggios is essentially you knowing your triads, and that's how ALL OF YOUR CHORDS are built. It'll also help you find your way around the neck a lot more with notes. You can see my last video about how helpful learning triads and arpeggios are for finding your way around the neck.Hi guys i am studying the CAGED system and i ask myself what are more used Arpeggios or Pentatonic Scales , what should i learn first because i find it a little difficult and i want to know others oppinion about this. Thank you!!
I just have to tell you that I thought you were wrong at first because I know a pentatonic scale to have the 1 2 3 5 6 in it, and the minor 7th chord with the added 4th is like this 1 3b 4 5 b7. So I was like "the fuck? I'm so confused!" So I went and asked my teacher and he said you were right and had me play it on the neck. I SAW THE FUCKING CHORD INSIDE THE PENTATONIC PATTERN. Holy shit dude my mind was fucking BLOWN. I learned something today! Thanks man! I'm actually going to make a video about this!It's all good. You can't avoid either, because pentatonic licks and melodies are everywhere and every chord you learn to play can also be viewed as an arpeggio shape.
Arpeggios are found within the pentatonic scales. The pentatonic scale is like a minor7 chord with one extra note, or you can think of it as a major triad + the related minor triad + one extra note (same thing).