PAMI Arpeggio Pattern
Note: This arpeggio pattern may be played on 4 strings, or as a “tremolo”, with AMI all on the same string.
(P Starts out on the string. A, M, and I all play on the same string for the tremolo.)
- P Plays, alternates with A.
- A Plays, M and I throw out.
- M Plays.
- I Plays, alternates with P.
Tremolo technique is commonly used in Spanish Guitar pieces. It’s got a haunting and mesmerizing quality audiences love.
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