DOMINANT  7TH  ARPEGGIOS
Dominant 7th Arpeggios Major Arpeggios - Guitar arpeggios are the notes of a chord played one note at a time.   One important reason for learning them is for use in improvisation where a strong chord sound is desired.

This lesson will cover basic 7th arpeggio shapes or fingering patterns with the Root as the lowest note, which allows you to reuse them by moving the patterns up and down the Guitar neck.
7th Guitar Arpeggios Root on 6th String

The G7 arpeggio notes are G-B-D-F as shown below with the Root (G) starting on the 6th string.
Be sure to practice going up and down to help memorize the pattern faster.   Practicng ascending and descending also helps strengthen your fingers for more independence and control.   Click on the score below to practice along with it.

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This is another pattern for the same G7 Arpeggio using the exact same notes.


7th Guitar Arpeggios Root on 5th String

The C7 arpeggio notes are C-E-G-Bb as shown below with the Root (C) starting on the 5th string.
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Another 5th string pattern with D as the Root of the D7 Arpeggio D-F#-A-C.

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7th Guitar Arpeggios Root on 4th String

The G7 arpeggio notes are G-B-D-F as shown below with the Root (G) starting on the 4th string.
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