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In this Piano arpeggios tutorial by Jason Zac, we use a simple technique involving 4 fingers to play triads as arpeggios. We call this approach “Octave Displaced Arpeggios”. This will make standard arpeggios patterns a lot more interesting and unique.

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You might want to watch Jason’s lesson on commonly used Arpeggio Patterns and another tutorial on how to make arpeggios sound professional.

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