Watch the Arpeggiation: Level 3 online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Gym: Arpeggiation

Continuing to arpeggiate broken adjacent string patterns, this final Arpeggiation Workout takes you through a minor-based progression that makes use of 5th & 6th string rooted triads as well as drop 3 voiced dim7's. Be sure you're fingering all the chords in a way that allows for every note to ring loud and clear. If need be, you might want to use your thumb to fret the 6th string root on the Bdim7 and C#dim7 chords.

Most importantly, be sure you're looking and thinking ahead to those 4th beat two-note voicings that precede each change. There's no time in-between each chord so you have to be on your toes when the tempo starts to rise. This is a HUGELY important chord changing concept and will come in handy for any and all chord changing situations. Trust me.