Watch the Prelude in D Minor online guitar lesson by Dave Celentano from Classical Concepts for Rock Guitar
This piano piece was originally written as 16th note triplets, but in this example I've changed it to 8th note triplets and enter on the down beat of beat 3. The tune uses all three diatonic triad types: major, minor, and diminished, and most of their inversions. The position shifts between arpeggios require swift movements of the fretting hand, which should be rehearsed slow enough to make the move smoothly and without breaking the beat. Use this economical picking pattern for each triad: up stroke - pull off - down stroke.