This lessons will cover what arpeggios are and why they are useful.
We have learned that a chord is made of several notes played at the same time.
The most common chords are called Triads because they contain three different notes.
An Arpeggio is a chord in which the notes are played one at a time instead of all at once.
Any pattern in which the notes of a chord are played one at a time is considered an arpeggio.
There is no real limit to the number of patterns that can be formed.
Arpeggios take an otherwise static chord progression and make it interesting.