Diminished Sweep Picking Tapping Guitar Arpeggios
The II Position C diminished Hy-peggio
This particular one requires a serious stretch but it can be done. You will probably want to save it for the B diminished arpeggio at the 13th fret (if you are in C major) or for the G# diminished arpeggio at the 10th fret that you metal shredders so love to use as a substitute for E7 while in A harmonic minor.
The VIII Position C diminished Hy-peggio
The XII Position C diminished Hy-peggio
May I suggest: Pick a key and learn to run the arpeggios while moving up and down the neck staying diatonic to that key. For example: In the key of C the chords are C major, D minor, E minor, F major, G major, A minor and B diminished. Try to do this with each of the three inversions. Good luck!
Here is an excerpt from a piece I wrote that uses the hy-peggio.
It is because of the added hammer-ons, pull-offs and taps that I am calling it the hy-peggio. Good luck!
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