#1
i want to learn the sweep picking patterns chord wise , so is there online sourse or any dvd or any book from where i can see those sweeping patterns chord wise ?

any suggestion will be appreciated ! thanks
#2
Jeff Loomis has a few instructional DVD's that have some interesting ideas for sweeping arpeggios.
One is from Guitar World, and the other I am thinking about..well..sorry I forget..but it might be Rockhouse Method?
Other than that...just play around with inversions of your usual minor and major sweeps..that might get you going
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#3
You learn the notes on your fretboard and you learn about music theory - specifically you're wanting to learn about harmonising the major scale and chord construction.

and with that in mind moved to MT.
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#4
ok thanks, m learning the notes on the fretboard now , guess it will take a long time to master
#5
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Jeff Loomis has a few instructional DVD's that have some interesting ideas for sweeping arpeggios.
One is from Guitar World, and the other I am thinking about..well..sorry I forget..but it might be Rockhouse Method?
Other than that...just play around with inversions of your usual minor and major sweeps..that might get you going



yeah i have that dvd of jeff loomis, its very advanced for me at the moment !! i want to learn the basic chord patters , and i will check the rockhouse store !! thanks man
#6
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ok thanks, m learning the notes on the fretboard now , guess it will take a long time to master

Not really dude. Do you know how to construct triads? You can get sweeping right away with just knowledge of these. You don't need to spend money on books or dvd's for this, seriously. It's just a little know how.
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Not really dude. Do you know how to construct triads? You can get sweeping right away with just knowledge of these. You don't need to spend money on books or dvd's for this, seriously. It's just a little know how.



yeah i do understan triad a bit ( like major third , major fifth , minor 3rd , minor 5th)

thanks a lot for the effective tips
#8
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yeah i do understan triad a bit ( like major third , major fifth , minor 3rd , minor 5th)

thanks a lot for the effective tips

OK, Cool. Below is a D minor 7 arpeggio.
---5-8-5
--6------6
-7---------7

Sweep across the strings as one downstroke. Up stroke on the high C note (8th fret E string), pull off to A, and then continue the up stroke back to the original note (D).

See if you can alter the notes to accommodate a m7b5 arpeggio. (Hint, only one note needs to change).
Last edited by mdc at Sep 6, 2011,
#9
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yeah i do understan triad a bit ( like major third , major fifth , minor 3rd , minor 5th)

thanks a lot for the effective tips

Perfect 5th. There's no such thing as a major or minor 5th.
#10
One of the exercises in the sticky has a lot of arpeggio shapes.
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Perfect 5th. There's no such thing as a major or minor 5th.


i didn't know that , sorry :p