Watch the C and G Major and Minor online guitar lesson by Stu Hamm from Stu Hamm U: Tap Bass

Continuing our lessons in using open strings with hammer-ons, let's look at some minor chord arpeggios you can create.

Also, the open string does not need to be the root of the chord you are using to base your arpeggios on. For instance, you can use the G string as the fifth of a C chord or the minor third of an E minor chord.