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[Bars 29-32] Next, we move down one two- octave arpeggio and up the next (try also practising up one arpeggio and down the next). Apart from the initial down-stroke in bar 29 (which is played because the preceding note was on the second string), note that each arpeggio is played with just one sweeping action. You might want to pick all the notes on the fifth string for the G arpeggio in the second half of bar 32 if the notes sound too weak (or are just too difficult to play using hammer- ons and pull- offs). [Bars 33-36] We conclude by playing each form using three-note sequences, descending each inversion of Am and ascending each inversion of G. Make sure that you also practise doing the opposite.