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To finish up, we'll go over the arpeggio section in the outro, which breaks down into two sections.

In the first, the thing that's a bit different here is playing one-note per string picked arpeggios; then we follow that with pentatonic lines similar to what we heard in the opening, to sort of draw that original theme back in.

Then we have the big crescendo. The first portion of this plays on Pacobel's Canon, and is series of 5-note per string swept arpeggios. With the sweep picking, we want the right hand to travel in the same direction as the notes, ascending/descending.

To top off the big crescendo, Eric uses some swept arpeggio shapes played at high speed ascending to the top note of his guitar.
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