cd track 67
[Bars 9-12] Here, we expand things to two-octave arpeggios: in this case, ascending ones. Technically, you might want to use one down sweep for each shape, rather than start with an upstroke. Also, you may prefer to pick the third note in the final arpeggio, because this note might be too weak if played with a hammer-on so far up the neck (of course a lot of factors come into play here, including your guitar and pickup type, and the strength of your hands). [Bars 13-16] More two- octave arpeggios here, except this time they are of the descending kind.