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Watch the String Skipping Arpeggios online guitar lesson by Dave Celentano from Classical Concepts for Rock Guitar

Using popular string skipping arpeggio shapes popularized by Paul Gilbert, you'll learn major, minor, and diminished arpeggios. All three are presented with A as the root for easy comparing: A major = (A, C#, E), A minor = (A, C, E), A diminished = (A, C, Eb) and use the A, D, and B strings. In addition, these three shapes work identically when moved up one string and played on the D, G, and high E strings.