#1
so, id like to make a thread about every sweepable arpeggio and the search bar came up with nothing....but i can't - i don't know them all, heres a few i do know which i will post however.
Minor:

|----------------12-17----|----------------13-17----|----------------14-17-|
|-------------13----------|-------------15----------|-------------14-------|
|----------14-------------|----------14-------------|----------14----------|
|-------14----------------|-------15----------------|-------13-------------|
|-12-15-------------------|-12-17-------------------|----13----------------|
|-------------------------|-------------------------|-14-------------------|
rhcpfan27:
|--------------------12-15-12-------------------||
|-----------------12----------12----------------||
|--------------12----------------12-------------||
|-----------14----------------------14----------||
|--------14----------------------------14-------||
|--12-15---------------------------------15-12--||


Major:


|----------------12-17----|----------------14-17----|----------------14-17-|
|-------------14----------|-------------15----------|-------------14-------|
|----------14-------------|----------14-------------|----------15----------|
|-------14----------------|-------16----------------|-------12-------------|
|-12-16-------------------|-12-17-------------------|----12----------------|
|-------------------------|-------------------------|-14-------------------|


you can use any amount of strings from those arpeggios and still have the tonality of them btw.


sorry i dont know anything but triads but i will try and learn more, please post more in tags + what type of arpeggio they are(e.g. maj7th ) and i will quote them for the original post

thanks.

"The mind is its own place, and in itself

Can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n"

- John Milton, Paradise Lost
Last edited by metallicafan616 at May 14, 2008,
#2
E||------------------------3-----------||
B||-------------------3-6-------------||
G||----------------4-------------------||
D||----------3-5----------------------||
A||-----2-5---------------------------||
E||--3---------------------------------||

Thats for G dominant (G7)
And arpeggios dont have to be sweeped...
#3
this is a good idea. i don't know it exactly but i know there's one that has two notes on the bottom string.
Paul Gilbert
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
John Petrucci
#4
Quote by markonavich
E||------------------------3-----------||
B||-------------------3-6-------------||
G||----------------4-------------------||
D||----------3-5----------------------||
A||-----2-5---------------------------||
E||--3---------------------------------||

Thats for G dominant (G7)
And arpeggios dont have to be sweeped...



that looks like an alternate picking lick, is there a sweepable version? and i know they don't have to be sweeped but this is just for sweepable arpeggios, or there would be too many

"The mind is its own place, and in itself

Can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n"

- John Milton, Paradise Lost
#5
E||--------------------12-15-12-------------------||
B||-------------------12----------12----------------||
G||----------------12----------------12-------------||
D||-------------14----------------------14----------||
A||----------14----------------------------14-------||
E||--12-15----------------------------------15-12-||

found it. e minor arpeggio
Paul Gilbert
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
John Petrucci
#6
--------------------12---15--------12sl---8-------------------------------------------
----------------13------------------------------10--------------------------------------
------------12--------------------------------------9-----------------------------------
-------14----------------------------------------------10--------------------------------
---15------------------------------------------------------12----slide to 15 and loop
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#7


|----------------------5-8-12-8--------------------------------12-15-17-------------||
|-------------------5-------------10------------------------13---------------||
|----------------5--------------------9------------------14---------------||
|-------------7--------------------------10---------14-------------------||
|----------7---------------------------------12-15------------------||
|-----5-8-------------------------------------------------------------||


Yum, you can extend it even more if you want.
#9
Quote by metallicafan616
that looks like an alternate picking lick, is there a sweepable version? and i know they don't have to be sweeped but this is just for sweepable arpeggios, or there would be too many

The easily-sweepable version of that arpeggio (G7) is:

e----------------------13-15-19---------
B-------------------15------------------
G----------------16---------------------
D-------12-15-17------------------------
A----14---------------------------------
E-15------------------------------------

or the abbreviated version, in the style of Paul Waggoner:

e----------------13-19---------
B-------------15---------------
G----------16------------------
D-------17---------------------
A----14------------------------
E-15---------------------------
known as Jeff when it really matters
#10
Quote by titopuente

or the abbreviated version, in the style of Paul Waggoner:

e----------------13-19---------
B-------------15---------------
G----------16------------------
D-------17---------------------
A----14------------------------
E-15---------------------------


That one totally messes me up.


________________________T___________________________________________________T__
e ----------------12-16-19----------------------12-17------------------12-14-19-
B -------------14------------------------12-[B](15)[/B]--------------------13----------
G ----------13------------------------14-------------------------12-------------
D -------14------------------------14-------------------------14----------------
A -12-16---------------------12-17----------------------12-15-------------------
E ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


In order:

Amaj9 (9th is tapped; without the 9th it is Amaj7)

Asus2 (Playing the 15th fret instead of the 12th makes it an Asus4)

Amin9add13 (9th is tapped; without the 9th it is Amin7add13)


These are just a few of my favorites. I might add some more later.