Using 7th arpeggios
With the exception of the Dim7, 7th arpeggios tend not to be as common as triads when sweep picking. The reason for this is probably due to their interval structure – triads allow for convenient one-note-per-string shapes, while the tone or semitone between the 7th and root note means we usually have to use some legato mid-sweep. I’ve chosen to include four arpeggio shapes in the column – one for each inversion of a 7th chord - but there are many other shapes and variations you could use to play the same notes. I’d recommend finding the shapes that work best for you (these may be different in different situations).