Right-Hand Arpeggios



We are going to focus on a fixed fingered position.

Here we’re going to put our thumb on the 3rd string, first finger our index finger on the second-string B and, our middle finger on the first-string e Your ring finger and pinky get a free ride for now they’re just curled relaxed into the hand notice

Let’s warm up with just some open string exercises. We are going to play we’re play thumb and I’m focused on tone production. Making sure I’m very comfortable where the thumb is hitting the string.

We are going go on to the first finger on the second string and there’s a couple different things here. I want you to notice I’m not plucking up one the string, that would be incorrect.

We want our finger to go inside our hand, past our thumb, straight back towards your elbow.

So, I have my guitar up at a 45-degree angle I am moving from the large knuckle joint primarily just like I’m scratching something.

There’s some sympathetic motion from the other finger joints and this finger just because I

\we’re human and they’re not going stay perfectly still but 90% of my finger movement is from the knuckle joint closest to the hand.

The thumb staying here the middle finger staying here inside my hand past the

With the middle finger on the first string we will pluck the string with a good tone as your ring and pinky fingers move along with the middle finger, almost like making a fist.