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You should also be careful with how much muting you do with your picking hand. Try different amounts of pressure from light palm muting to medium, then to heavy.
I show two different ways to play this major arpeggio. The first has the E (5th of the scale) as the highest note. The second has the high A (the root or 1st of the scale) as the highest note. In both cases we will eventually move them around in order to play three different major chords. These are the chords we will use to flesh out a basic, common chord progression to play over a backing track for practice at putting these patterns in time.
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