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Fast Two String Sweep Arpeggios Guitar Lesson For Shredders

FavoriteLoadingBookmark this Lesson. This free video guitar lesson demonstrates how to play fast two string sweep arpeggios on the guitar in the style of Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Alexi Laiho, Joe Satriani and many others.

Be sure to download the TAB PDF for this lesson below it will make it much easier to follow along with the video.

Two String Sweep Arpeggios TAB PDF Download

Take your time with the sweep picking and get the theory and technique behind each form before you start to try and compose your own musical sequences with these fun two string sweep arpeggios.

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Two String Sweep Arpeggios Guitar Lesson

8 Comments

  1. T shay lane on June 7, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    Good lesson…im getting this one down…thanks!

  2. Julio Alberto on October 7, 2011 at 5:29 am

    WOOOOOOOOOOOWW…very crazy!!! Now i’m the fastest guitar player in my city. (i am the only one).

  3. Edward Akechi on January 26, 2012 at 4:30 am

    Nc 1 this site is very GOOD!! thanks!

  4. bill norum on January 5, 2014 at 4:04 am

    Hi carl thank you very much helpful and effective lesson ,I use Jim Dunlop 3.0 mm pick for fast playing ,Is it useful and effective like your Jim Dunlop ultex jazz 111 pick you use?:D also do you have any lesson about how to using slide ? in my country I cant reach premium lessons…thank you a lot man you are my best guitar teacher in the world;D

    • Carl Brown on January 6, 2014 at 10:09 am

      Hey Bill, thanks a bunch for the kind comment. 🙂

      To answer your questions, I think pretty much any thick pick will work. I just prefer the smaller jazz style picks because I have been using them forever and they produce a very fast and sharp attack. But there are many players who use standard pick shapes that have incredible results (Al DiMeola comes to mind). As long as it is over 1.0 mm in thickness I think they can all work great for whatever style you play.

      As for the slide guitar lessons, unfortunately I don’t have any on the site. The sole reason why I don’t is because I truly suck at slide guitar. HAHA.. It just never really interested me I guess.

      Also, what do you mean you can’t access the Premium lessons from your country?

      Thanks for watching! Carl..

  5. bill norum on January 8, 2014 at 8:53 am

    Hi carl , thanks a lot you guide me a lot in this way thank you once again. and the reason about premium lessons that I cant reach is , when I want to choose my country it doesn’t exist in that list that I c