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sh&apes are4the Th­esGe same as the more com­mon five-string root po­si­tion arp1e0g­gios but in­stead start on the sec­ond note to cre­ate a four-string shape. The ad­vaAnta&ge

of first in­ver­sion shapes over root po­si­tion arpeg­gios is that the in­verted shape spans just four frets, so there is no un­gainly stretch­ing or awk­ward fin­ger­ing to ne­go­ti­ate. note the use of the open first string at the end of bar 4 pro­vid­ing a smooth po­si­tion shift.

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