Last, but not least, we're back to another six-string arpeggio, and instead of minor, we're major. Much like the transition between the two five-string arps, this is the same. The picking pattern is identical to that of the E minor and D minor arpeggios, except the shape is different.
That's about it! It may look easy, but I guarantee it will offer some challenge. This technique is more effective at slower tempos, simply due to the fact that the clarity of the notes and heavy pick attack functions better without being executed too quickly. So apply this to some of your own arpeggio sequences, have fun, and keep shreddin'!