[Lesson] Seven String Sweep Arpeggios Part I: Common Patterns

Discussion in 'The Sevenstring.org Workbench' started by Drew, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. Hawksmoor

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    I's alive!!! Excellent, thnx so much, malice!
     
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    very nice thanx
     
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    i have the same question obaout the "2 notes on one string" any help, PLEASE!!!!
     
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    K3V1N SHR3DZ EMPERORoftheUNIVERSE

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    either: A) hammer-on/pull-off, or B) pick in the opposite direction. when first learning a new sweep shape, i preffer to pick the 2nd note, as it helps with timing, but after a while i'll start to hammer/pull.


    D U D D D D U D U U U U

    |----------------12-17-12-------------|----------------12-17p12----------------|
    |-------------13----------13----------|-------------13----------13-------------|
    |----------14----------------14-------|----------14----------------14----------|
    |-------14----------------------14----|-------14----------------------14-------|
    |-12-15----------------------------15-|-12h15----------------------------15----|
    |-------------------------------------|----------------------------------------|
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    You know if you have problems opening new guitar pro files you could just download TuxGuitar for free :eek: it opens guitar pro files
     
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    never done these kinds of things.

    imma give em a shot.
     
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    hey dude can you send me the guitar pro file for these?
     
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    Thanks so much Drew! I've been playing for 17 years and I've yet to tackle sweeps and this helps tremendously! You're breakdowns into the smaller string grouping makes it remarkably similar to arpeggio-groupings I've played for years and is helping get a grasp on the technique involved in turning it into a sweep. Can't wait to work on this more when I get home!

    You sir, fsckn rock!:bowdown:
     
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    Good lesson
     

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