The ‘A flat Major arpeggio’ is built from the 1 (root), 3 and 5 of the Ab Major scale. It contains the following notes:

Ab – C – Eb

The Ab Major arpeggio is an Ab Major chord, with the notes played individually, one at a time. You can read about how arpeggios work, and access a library of arpeggios by following the links.

Let’s look at the open position for the A major arpeggio and the 5 positions along the fretboard.

Ab Major Arpeggio in the Open Position

A Flat Major Arpeggio 1st Position Frets
A Flat Major Arpeggio 1st Position Notes

Ab Major Arpeggio CAGED Positions

Here are the 5 CAGED positions for the Ab Major arpeggio on the guitar (notes and tabs).

Ab Major Arpeggio in the 2nd Position (lowest fret is 2)

A Flat Major Arpeggio 3rd Position Frets
A Flat Major Arpeggio 3rd Position Notes

Ab Major Arpeggio in the 4th Position (lowest fret is 4)

A Flat Major Arpeggio 4th Position Frets
A Flat Major Arpeggio 4th Position Notes

Ab Major Arpeggio in the 8th Position (lowest fret is 8)

A Flat Major Arpeggio 8th Position Frets
A Flat Major Arpeggio 8th Position Notes

Ab Major Arpeggio in the 10th Position (lowest fret is 10)

A Flat Major Arpeggio 10th Position Frets
A Flat Major Arpeggio 10th Position Notes

That covers the CAGED positions for the Ab Major arpeggio. Click on the following links to read more about arpeggios and related materials.

Further Reading

guitar course pic yellow