The 3-Octave Augmented Triad Arpeggio Fingerings on Guitar

3-Octave Minor Triad Arpeggios.

In last weeks’ blogs, we covered the 3-octave major and minor triad arpeggios.
You can find those blogs about the major triad 3-octave arpeggios HERE and about the minor triad 3-octave arpeggios HERE

This week we’re covering the 3-octave augmented triad arpeggio fingerings.

Here are the fingerings. (The chord in the below example is C augmented, notes are C, E, G#)


The following video covers these fingerings.

Check out this blog HERE to learn how to practice arpeggios.

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