#1
Is sweeping like playing arpeggio. but how is it different?
#3
Sweep Picking can be applied to arpeggios. The main element here is that the arpeggio is played with one continual pick stroke either ascending or descending depending on note direction. The left hand actually does most of the work and the right hand helps articulate the notes.

It allows the arpeggios to be played very smoothly and rapidly but does reduced the amount of flexibility with intervallic jumps.
#5
Quote by one vision
Simply said, it's playing LEGATO arpeggios. There's lots of threads in the Advanced Techniques forum.


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#6
Quote by RichieJovie
Sweep Picking can be applied to arpeggios. The main element here is that the arpeggio is played with one continual pick stroke either ascending or descending depending on note direction. The left hand actually does most of the work and the right hand helps articulate the notes.

It allows the arpeggios to be played very smoothly and rapidly but does reduced the amount of flexibility with intervallic jumps.
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