Arpeggios built on G major

An exercise that goes through all seven chords built on the G major scale. This is a simple exercise for stretching and becoming more familiar with the whole neck. Root note of each triad is shown.

E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
B|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
G|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
D|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|-4--------------5----|
A|---------------------|------2----5---------|-3----7---------5----|------3----7---------|
E|---------------------|-3--------------5----|-----------7---------|---------------------|
                         G              Am               Bm               C

E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
B|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
G|---------------------|------4--------------|-5---------4----7----|------5----9---------|
D|------4----7---------|-5---------4----7----|------5--------------|-7--------------9----|
A|-5--------------7----|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
   Dm             Em               F#mb5            G                Am             Bm

E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|------8---------7----|
B|---------------------|-8--------------10---|------8----12---7----|-10--------8---------|
G|-7----11--------9----|------7----11--------|-9-------------------|---------------------|
D|-----------10--------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
A|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
             C                Dm               Em             F#mb5            G

E|-10--------8----12---|------10---14---8----|-12---15---10---14---|-17---12---15---19---|
B|------10-------------|-12------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
G|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
D|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
A|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
E|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
        Am              Bm              C                Dm               Em           
      

This goes through all of the triads built on the G major scale: G,Am, Bm, C, Dm, Em,F#m.

Triad patterns

One way this could help is by observing some patters that can be re-used. Such as major shapes.

E|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|----------------|
D|----------------|----------------|-----------0----|
A|------2----5----|-----------5----|------2---------|
E|-3--------------|-3----7---------|-3--------------|
       
Or minor shapes
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|----------------|
D|----------------|----------------|-----------2----|
A|------3----7----|-----------7----|------3---------|
E|-5--------------|-5----8---------|-5--------------|
       

Finger Preparation

This exercise can also help practice preparing for the next notes by paying attention to finger positioning. If you consider the first two chords, you need to recognize that to get to the E for the A minor you need to start the A minor using your ring finger and not your pinky.
E|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|
D|----------------|----------------|
A|------2----5----|------3----7----|
E|-3--------------|-5--------------|
   G                Am**
      

The next step will be to work on some variations, and use a chord progression that would sound interesting.