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Watch the Extended Hybrid Horizontal Arp online guitar lesson by Shane Theriot from Solo Mojo

Over the years I've worked out many fingerings and extended patterns to connect the neck. These shapes are not the "stock" arpeggios and they would not be considered a true maj7 or min7 arpeggio in the diatonic sense since I skip a few notes to make the pattern symmetrical. To my ears this keeps the note contour nice and the pattern easy to work with on the guitar. This pattern sounds nice over Gmin or Dmin 7 as well as Fmaj7. I'm going from the lowest possible note. The fingerings are important on these kind of patterns which are reminiscent of Alan Holdsworth or some of the more modern sounding jazz players.