The 3-Octave Diminished Triad Arpeggio Fingerings

3-Octave Diminished Triad Arpeggios.

In last weeks’ blogs, we covered the 3-octave major, minor, and augmented triad arpeggios.

Major triad 3-octave arpeggios
Minor triad 3-octave arpeggios
Augmented triad 3-octave arpeggios

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

Here are the fingerings. (The chord in the below example is Cdim, notes are C, Eb, Gb)


The following video covers these fingerings.

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

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