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MOISÉS OLVERA

SWEEP TAPPING & STRING SKIPPING ARPEGGIO


practicing various techniques together

Hi, this time I will to show you a lick a little complex, it involves sweeping, tapping and
string skipping, it are 16ths at 170 beats per minute,if you look carefully, you’ll notice that
the tab is numbered from 1 to 10,it marks the bars.

You need to play the entire lick from bar 1 to bar 9, then repeat from beginning, this time
adding the two final bars and ending with a chord of A5.

I suggest you to practice slowly being patient, because some of the positions and
combinations are difficult (at least to me)The chord progression is one that I took from a
piece of classical music from Brasilian composer Heitor Villalobos.

Thanks for reading, good luck and happy shredding


SWEEP TAPPING & STRING SKIPPING
ARPEGGIO
Practicing various techniques together
Level: Advanced Written by Moises Olvera

P = 170
VV
eV V V VV
PRESTO SWEEP-TAP ARPEGGIOS
V VV V e V VV V VgV VV VVV
eV V V V V VeV V VVV VgV VVVV
I 44 V V
e V f VgV
V
V VeV
1

Gtr I

T
8 111711 8 1216201612 121612
10131622161310 10 10 13
A 8 8 9 1317 1713 9 13
7 1013 1310 7 10 10
B 12 6 7 1115
5 8 11 H T H H TP P P TP P H H TP P P H T H T H TP P TP P H H P
H T

VV V V VVVVV V VVV
gV V V V V fV V V VVV VVV V VVV
I gV V V V fV V V VVV
V VVV
VVV
4

T
12 8 12 131519151312 7 12 1512 7
9 8 8 3
A 9 9 101216 161210 9 9 10 10 9 4
10 9 9 5 5
B 11 7 7 1014 7 5
P P 8 H T H H T H H TP P P TP P P H H TP P P P 7 3 7
H

V V V V VV V V VVVVV
V VV
V V V V VV
VVV VVVV VVV
I VV VVV VV VVV
VV
7

T
3 7 10 7 3 5 8 13 8 5 1013191310
3 6 6 12 12
A 4 5 5 10 10
5 7 7 12 12
B 5 8 8 14 14
H TP P 7 5 8 H TP P 8 1013 H TP P 1310 7
H H TP P

V V V V V V V V
V V V V V V V V V V V V V UUU
10
I V V V V V V V V gV
T 13 17 13 10
A 10 12 17 12 9 10 17 10 9 14
12 12 17 12 9 10 17 10 9 14
B 14 11 12
10 13 17 13 10 13 TP P H TP H TP P H TP P H TP P H
H TP P H

Moises Olvera / March 2006... moisesolvera@hotmail.com


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