#1
What are some of your favorite sweep patterns to play and improvise with?

This is one of my favorites- a common pattern with some tapped notes added. D minor and C major triads in 2 octaves



-17--13-----------------------------------17--13-----------------13--17--
----------15---------------------------15-----------15-------15------------
---------------14-----------------14---------------------14-----------------
--------------------15-------15----------------------------------------------
-------------------------17---------------------------------------------------
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--15--12------------------------------------12--15--12-----12--15--20--15--12------------------------
-----------13--------------------------13--------------13-----------------------13-------------------
----------------12----------------12--------------------------------------------------12--------------
---------------------14-------14-----------------------------------------------------------14---------
--------------------------15--------------------------------------------------------------------15~~~
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Yours?
#2
I probalby can't post it, but the whole sweeping in Canon D.
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#3
I think this has been done before. Oh, well. I only know one sweep lick. From "Deep Inside" by Incubus:
Q=105 (or thereabouts)
E|-10p9-----------------9-10p9-----------------9|
B|-------10----------10---------10----------10--|
G|----------11----11---------------11----11-----|
D|-------------12---------------------12--------|
A|----------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------|
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#4
Quote by aprescott_27
I think this has been done before

Ya, I tried to do it, but it didnt get very many responses. Hopefully this one does better, because I really want to hear what everyone has to say.
#5
Stratovarius - Stratofortress, at 175 bpm, all sixteenths. Part 1 x4, part 2, repeat. Part 3 x4, part 4, repeat. Then do it all over again. It's the only sweeping I bothered to learn, because it's a cool instrumental.

e|-16----------------|-16----17----16----17----|
B|----17----------17-|----17----17----17----17-|
G|-------18----18----|-------------------------|
D|----------18-------|-------------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------------|

e|-14----------------|-14----16----14----16----|
B|----16----------16-|----16----16----16----16-|
G|-------17----17----|-------------------------|
D|----------19-------|-------------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------------|
#6
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#7
Mattias Eklundh's one in when Sam played it again.
Similar to the ones in Mystical Potato Head (Satch)
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#9
The "scarified" ones by Paul Gilbert...

Or the ones in "Blitzkreig" by Malmsteen where he plays 18nps.... They are hard appregio's too...
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#10
Which arpeggios in Scarified is everyone talking about? There are random ones everywhere. The string skipping in that song is the highlight though, especially in that end section.