EXAMP LE 5 There are more six-stringed arpeggios here. In the second bar of this example, we have a two-arpeggio combination comprising giant forms of the Am and G arpeggio shapes shown in Diagram 1. Again, watch your timing; as in the previous example, you should be playing 16th-note triplets throughout bar 10. EXAMP LE 6 This six-string arpeggio example is very similar in concept to the previous one, only this one employs and embellishes arpeggio shapes from Diagram 1 that exist further up the neck. Your time keeping can often be helped if crucial things such as picking hand taps appear on the first note of the beat. Here they don’t; however, as we discussed in the previous lesson, placing taps on offbeats helps to disguise their use from the listener. EXAMP LE 7 This final example shows just how much mileage can be made out of embellishing a single arpeggio shape in a variety of ways. Here, we find a large arpeggio combination featuring a lot of extended tapping activity, and only one initial sweep.