Watch the Diminished Ideas online guitar lesson by Jeff Beasley from Shred Ahead Blues Rock

The equidistant or equal distance quality of the diminished arpeggio lends itself to ease of movement linearly across the fret board. Repeating every minor third or every three frets increases by ascending, or decreases by descending the tension we build or release. Knowledge of the five positions of any type of scale we use enables us to resolve to stability at any point on the fret board.