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Chapters Of Shred Guitar

Justin Harding (1760) · [archive]
Style: Metal · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6



Page 6: "Chapters Of Shred Guitar" - Arpeggios Of Choice - Part 2

I covered 1 set of arpeggios, Patterns for the C Major Arpeggio, and A Minor Arpeggio. Some of you may have noticed that the C note on the 20 fret for the arpeggios were substituted for on another string, the reason because for some reason the Composer wouldn't let me use the 20th fret. Anyways, it's still all good. Heres some more arpeggios. This time I'm going to post both arpeggios in text format, and on the composer again.


Below lets look at arpeggios using multiple notes on each string. This is a cool way to use arps.

Diminished Arpeggio Patterns

[------------------3-6-] [-----------------------------13-16-]
[--------------4-7-----] [--------------------11-14-17-------]
[----------5-8---------] [------------9-12-15----------------]
[------6-9-------------] [----7-10-13------------------------]
[-7-10-----------------] [-11--------------------------------]

Minor Arpeggio Patterns

[-------------------------16-21-] [-----------------------4-]
[-------------------16-19-------] [-------------------4-7---]
[-------------14-18-------------] [------------2-6----------]
[-------13-18-------------------] [-----1----6--------------]
[-13-16-------------------------] [-1-4---------------------]

[-------------------------18-21-] [-----------------------6-]
[-------------------16-20-------] [-------------------4-8---]
[-------------15-20-------------] [------------3----8-------]
[-------15-18-------------------] [-----3----6--------------]
[-13-17-------------------------] [-1-5---------------------]

[-------------------------17-21-] [---------------------5-9-]
[-------------------16-21-------] [--------------4----9-----]
[-------------16-19-------------] [----------4-7------------]
[-------14-18-------------------] [---2-6-------------------]
[-13-18-------------------------] [-6-----------------------]



Major Arpeggio Patterns

[-------------------------16-21-] [-----------------------4-]
[-------------------16-20-------] [-------------------4-8---]
[-------------15-18-------------] [------------3-6----------]
[-------13-18-------------------] [-----1----6--------------]
[-13-17-------------------------] [-1-5---------------------]

#2

[-------------------------17-21-] [-----------------------5-]
[-------------------16-19-------] [-------------------4-7---]
[-------------14-19-------------] [------------2----7-------]
[-------14-18-------------------] [-----2----6--------------]
[-13-16-------------------------] [-1-4---------------------]

#3

[-------------------------18-21-] [---------------------6-9-]
[-------------------16-21-------] [--------------4----9-----]
[-------------16-20-------------] [----------4-8------------]
[-------15-18-------------------] [---3-6-------------------]
[-13-18-------------------------] [-6-----------------------]


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And now back to single note per string Arpeggios.

E Minor Arpeggio

|------------7-12-7-------------]
|----------8--------8--------------]
|--------9------------9------------]
|------9----------------9----------]
|-7-10--------------------10-7-]
|-------------------------------------]


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A Minor Arpeggio

|-------12-17p12----------12---17p12------|
|----13--------------13----13--13-----------------|
|-14---------------------14----------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|


Okay so enough with these text arpeggios, lets use the composer, which is easier to read.

Below is the composed arpeggio examples. Shows how you can combined arpeggios together. These are just some examples I blew off top of my head, they are good though, and will give you a good idea of what to expect on the next page.

And lets move on to the last page of Arpeggios of Choice!

Chapters Of Shred Guitar - Page 6