Sweeping Lesson 2 (5-string shapes)

by Pavel Denisjuk

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  • After you got familiar with 3-string sweep picking it's time to move onto some 5-string shapes!These shapes will allow you to create some long crazy runs and you'll also see how to combine them with 3-string shapes.

    Cool thing about sweeps is if you have a melody in your head you can replace one note with the whole arpeggio shape and make a crazy sounding solo. For example, instead of playing the note A in a melody, you can play the whole A minor triad arpeggio.

    So practice this lick part by part and then shred the whole lick! Enjoy!

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