In my guitar lesson on 7th arpeggios, I talked about the idea of 7th arpeggios, which as you saw was just a logical next step after learning triad arpeggios.
In my guitar lessons I like to show you how to view technique and theory as two sides of the same coin. By taking this view, you start to realize how to take technical command of the fretboard and put theory to use in unlimited ways. With such an approach, one doesn't really need to learn riffs because you will just be creating your own riffs!
In this case, we are going to use some theory about seventh arpeggios and figure out how to efficiently play them using sting skipping. Playing arpeggios using string skipping adds its own unique phrasing possibilities. Just as sweep picking arpeggios has a certain sound, you will see that string skipping also has a unique sound that while similar to tapping arpeggios, has its own essence. In this way string skipping arpeggios will be a new means for you to come up with unique phrasing ideas.