#1
My Goal is to be able to play all arpeggios as easy as I can Play Chords! Thats means I want to know every voicing and every position. So is there a place where I can find All the sweeping patterns sort of like chord charts?
#5
Dude, the possibilities of arpeggios are just endless. You won't find them all.

If you know some theory, you can build them yourself, only your imagination, technique and hand stretch are the limitations
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#7
you should learn the scale tones bro, so you can make arpeggios very easily
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#8
Quote by Ed T H
Dude, the possibilities of arpeggios are just endless. You won't find them all.

If you know some theory, you can build them yourself, only your imagination, technique and hand stretch are the limitations


Ed T H is right, learn how to construct them then build them yourself.
#10
You can do arpeggios on 6, 5, 4, and 3 strings. There are over 20 notes on the fretboard, and hundreds of different ways to hammer on notes, pull off, tap notes, add notes, remove notes, etc, and still have the same arpeggio. you won't find them all.
#11
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How exactly do you construct them? Or build them?!
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Well now we're talking about theory, not technique. Look in the MT sticky for chord construction and if you don't understand it, post a question in MT and we'll help.
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