Now that you have a good feel of major arpeggios you’ll want to compliment them with minor arpeggios.

If you’re playing over a minor chord or playing through a melody you’ll feel more comfortable understanding the arpeggio that fits the chord.

I think arpeggios are just as important if not MORE important than scales.

When you can visualize them on the fingerboard you’ll gain a great understanding of where you need to be to sound good over any major or minor chord and feel confident.

Let’s dive into a couple minor arpeggios!

C minor:

E |-------------------------8---|
B |--------------------—8-------|
G |------------------8----------|
D |--------------10-------------|
A |----------10-----------------|
E |--8--11----------------------|

F minor:

E |------------------------8--13---|
B |-------------------9-—----------|
G |--------------10----------------|
D |----------10--------------------|
A |--8--11-------------------------|
E |--------------------------------|

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