#1
Can you guys link me to a list of various 3 string sweeps?

Thanks
#2
Just take 5 string sweeps and just take the 5th and 4th off?
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"Put it down now, It's like you love that guitar more than me!"
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#3
Edit: These are all completely movable shapes, which is why I didn't include the proper names, as the names will change when you move them.


Maj 1
20-p-15-------------15--
-----------17-----17------
---------------17----------

Maj 2
12-p-8---------8--------
---------8----8-----------
------------9------------

Maj 3
15-p-12--------------12---
-----------13-----13--------
---------------12-------------

minor 1
17-p-12--------------12---
-----------13-----13------
---------------14---------

minor 2
12-p-8-----------8---
---------10---10-----
-------------9--------

minor 3
20-p-17-------------17----
-----------17-----17-------
---------------17-----------

Edit:

Dim 1
8-p-5---------5--------
--------7----7--------
-----------5---------

Dim 2
14-p-8-------------8--
---------10-----10---
-------------11------

Dim 3
17-p-13-------------13-
-----------14-----14----
---------------13-----
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Last edited by brandon2784 at Jun 1, 2011,
#4
Screw learning patterns. Learn how to create chords and arpeggiate them so you can create your own patterns.