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Banjo Lessons: Arpeggios in C

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[MUSIC]
All right.
Let's arpeggiate some of the C chord.
[SOUND]
That's the easiest one to do, you just.
[SOUND] Play the first three strings.
Three, two, one.
[SOUND] Fifth string is your pivot point,
which allows you to just slide that whole
position up here.
[SOUND] An octave to the 13th and 14th
frets.
[MUSIC]
You
can throw that into just anything that has
a C chord.
[MUSIC]
For a fuller C.
[MUSIC]
Four in a row.
[MUSIC]
Index and middle, [NOISE] so
you can get your pinkie up to the
seventeenth fret of the first string.
[MUSIC]
Another
thing you could use on John Hart Nine
Pound Hammer.
[MUSIC]
You gotta be fast to grab all that, but
it's it's fun.
And just again,
start off slowly with a metronome, build
up speed and you'll get it.
And here's the C sixth.
[MUSIC]
Kind of a pleasant sound.
Now that C let's do the C seventh.
[MUSIC]
And the middle on the fifteenth fret of
the third.
[SOUND] Index on the thirteenth fret of
the first.
[SOUND] Thumb on the fourteenth fret of
the fifth.
[SOUND] Pinky up to the seventeenth fret
of the first.
[MUSIC]
And back down again.
[MUSIC]
[MUSIC]
Here comes C9.
[MUSIC]
You go partial one.
[MUSIC]
Just go up to the eleven and ten.
And then back down again.
[MUSIC]
Or the full one.
[MUSIC]
Got the pinky up here at the 14th fret of
the fifth, first string.
[MUSIC]
Sorry.
[MUSIC]
Then,
you can use a, use this in something like
Nine Pound Hammer.
[MUSIC]
'Kay, that's the C ninth.
C-major 7th.
[MUSIC]
We go inside with the middle finger,
middle finger on the second string.
[MUSIC]