Watch the Two - Two Forms online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Guitar Lab: The Golden Arp

The final inversion of the two-two Add 9 arpeggio is the 3rd inversion. Look at ex 13 and begin with your 1st finger on the B (5), 7th fret 6th string. Next play the E (root), 12th fret 6th string with your 4th finger. Then play the 9(2), F#, 9th fret 5th string with your 1st finger. Finish by playing the G# (3), 11th fret 5th string with your 3rd finger.

When linking the first three measures together of ex 13 for a 3 octave form, try substituting the 2nd finger for the G#, 13th fret 3rd string. This helps the long arpeggio flow by setting you up for the B (5), 12th fret 2nd string.

In the higher registers, you can try assigning one-finger-per-note fingerings to these arpeggios. Just be cautious about your intonation.