In another lesson we looked at one of the common Major Chord Arpeggios. Here's another useful standard shape which is the common Minor Arp.
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Here's the basic chord itself D Minor.
D Minor Chord
And below is an Arpeggio of this chord starting on the 5th fret. The notes in the chord D Minor are D, F, A. The notes D and F are just repeated on the A and D strings respectively. The open string D note of the chord is not used here, and you can see the basic D minor chord shape within the Arpeggio.
This Arpeggio is a bit of a stretch down at the 5th so you might like to try it 12 frets up the neck starting on the 17th fret. Here's a quick guitar demo to give you an idea of what it sounds like played slow and then at a more normal sweeping speed.
It's recommended to practice theses Arpeggios with a metronome to build up to the speed you're aiming for. Also to practice them on a daily, regular basis as opposed to cramming them in for 6 hours on the weekend :)!