Unfortunately, sweep-picking licks can often be limiting in terms of note choice because of the way they're approached.
Today I want to show you how to make sweeps and arpeggios more interesting and challenging by implementing wide spaces between the notes.
The following example shows one way to play a C# minor arpeggio spread across three octaves, with no distance whatsoever between the notes that make up the chord (C# E G#).
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