#1
Quick question. When you're making a sweep arpeggio in a key do you just hit the first, third and fifth note to make that scales arpeggio? If not please correct me.
#2
An arpeggio is just a broken chord, so you could play any notes contained within whatever chord it is that you're trying to outline. So you could hit the 7th, 9th, 13th etc.
#3
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An arpeggio is just a broken chord, so you could play any notes contained within whatever chord it is that you're trying to outline. So you could hit the 7th, 9th, 13th etc.

thanks man
#4
Remember you can arpeggiate any of the chords from the key's scale, and string them together.

cheers, Jerry
#5
It's also worth noting, and a lot of people forget this, that sweep picking isn't restricted to arpeggios; if you can finger something with one note on each string then you can sweep pick it.
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