#1
I just got relativly good at sweep picking anyone know any sites with a huge sweet list of arpeggios in sweep form that I could learn to improve my metal shredding improvising...
#2
make your own.

you know a c minor would have a c, eb, and g. find those all over the fretboard, and go from there.
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#3
I know all of the major and minor ones but im wondering if there are any more patterns that I can use like that...
#6
^ really he could just flat out buy a chord book and arpeggiate any of the chords in there and sweep'em
#7
Get the basic arpeggios, minor or major. Then extend them to the next octave.
You can also check the diminished arpeggio
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