What would be your approach for right-hand-fingering this arpeggio pattern with classical guitar or fingerstyle technique (no pick)?
I've tried out several approaches, being this one the most functional (for me):
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There are many possibilities, depending on what are your goals (articulation, speed, ...?)
For most people, when changing strings downwards (so as in the second measure in your example) it's more convenient to change fingers towards the thumb. E.g. you play the last note on first string in the first measure with m and then the first note in the second measure on second string with a. You may consider changing a with i, for example.
Playing the very last two notes with thumb might be more more difficult.
Thumb may sound a bit different from the other fingers, so you may want to be more consistent in placing the thumb on strong beats in the first measure.
Finally, there is some possibility of using open strings in this example, but this also affects the sound.