Introduction to Sweeping Pt.2

Technique: Sweeping
Difficulty: Intermediate
Lesson Name: Introduction to Sweeping Pt.2

In the previous lesson, you learned how to play a 3-string A minor sweep. In this lesson, you will learn how to play the arpeggio in 5 strings, or 2 octaves.

Ex 1: Starting at the 17th fret of the first string, pick the note with an upstroke and pull off to the 12th fret, continuing right away to upstroke the following 4 strings. Then, downstroke the low note(12th fret first string), hammer-on the 15th fret, and downstroke the following 4 strings. Play the last note with an upstroke.

Ex 2: In this example, you will play an A Major 5-string arpeggio. Follow the same instructions as the previous example.



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