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Marty Friedman Style Arpeggios

Marty Friedman Style Arpeggios

In this edition of Secrets of Shred, I’m going to show you a way of adding chromatic runs to your sweep arpeggios. This is a simple picking approach that can be applied to virtually any sweep pattern. In the following examples, I’ll show you a minor shape and a major shape, then I'll string them together into a progression that covers the whole neck.

In this edition of Secrets of Shred, I’m going to show you a way of adding chromatic runs to your sweep arpeggios. This is a simple picking approach that can be applied to virtually any sweep pattern. In the following examples, I’ll show you a minor shape and a major shape, then I'll string them together into a progression that covers the whole neck.

Shred Your Enthusiasm: Aristocratic Arpeggios | Music Gear Fast

Shred Your Enthusiasm: Aristocratic Arpeggios | Music Gear Fast

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Jason Becker lost his ability to play guitar at a very young age, but before he did he gave us some great licks. Here are a couple of great sweeping exercises from Mr. Becker. Altitudes- Jason Be…

Jason Becker lost his ability to play guitar at a very young age, but before he did he gave us some great licks. Here are a couple of great sweeping exercises from Mr. Becker. Altitudes- Jason Be…

plektrum! DIY guitar picks. Very cool! Pinned this again because for some reason, the first pin wouldnt open to the link.

plektrum! DIY guitar picks. Very cool! Pinned this again because for some reason, the first pin wouldnt open to the link.

Fender Rosewood Shishkov MB - Friday Strat #290 ~ Strat-O-Blogster Guitar Blog

Fender Rosewood Shishkov MB - Friday Strat #290 ~ Strat-O-Blogster Guitar Blog

Guitar Scale Sequences

Guitar Scale Sequences

A Six-Note, Three-Octave, Major-Scale Exercise to Help You Know Your Way Around the Fretboard | GuitarWorld

A Six-Note, Three-Octave, Major-Scale Exercise to Help You Know Your Way Around the Fretboard | GuitarWorld