Double Stop Box 4 Lick

Nothing today but a great lick you can use when it’s time to go around again for your “second 12.”

I often tell students to get up and out of the “basement” when the 2nd pass at a solo comes… so here’s an idea you can use when that happens.


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18 Comments

  • Richard Agins

    Reply Reply September 6, 2018

    I notice that you’ve been using a Gibson to demonstrate. Would you share what is your favorite axe, please? Thanks.

  • jean dominique

    Reply Reply August 20, 2018

    Liked it. Original.Thank you

  • Michael Chappell

    Reply Reply August 18, 2018

    Hey Griff,
    Sweet Lick which I have noodled with in another Key but in G definitely a much better sound..
    Thanks for sharing.

    Michael-Sydney-Australia 19 Aug 2018

  • BillM

    Reply Reply August 18, 2018

    Sweet lick! Very useful. Thx.

  • Doug McCarten

    Reply Reply August 18, 2018

    Thanks Griff,

    Great Lick. I love double stops.

    Could use some help with noodling options to follow this lick.

    Doug

  • Lloyd Hanson

    Reply Reply August 17, 2018

    Thanks Griff!

  • greg

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    neat riff a jam track to practice would be great for this one

  • Memphis Matt

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    My biggest problem is my timing. With Mr. Griff counting the timing out, he has helped me tremendously.

    These mini lessons are a true bonus. When I signed up for the Four Note Solo, I didn’t realize that I was diving full speed into a blues course. Blues is not my main interest, but I decided that I needed some serious work.

    Now, I’m working thorough the 52 Rhythm course, Pentatonic Mastery, Four Note Solo Course, and the BGU. Am just doing a part here and a part here in order, and my playing has improved considerably.

    Many thanks.

    Lastly, would really like to see a lesson in Line with the techniques used in the Little Wing lesson that covers a classical piece the Bach Bourree in E minor.

  • Jeff B

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Fun Stuff. I’ll definitely use it. Thanks Griff.

  • MikeS

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Cool Lick. I’ll definitely use it.
    Thanks, Griff

  • darrell fitzgerald

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Very cool

  • Greg

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    You make everything look so easy, Thanks Griff

  • Ronald Stoddard

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Hey Griff. good info. I’m the kind of person that has an attituid that if every one is Driving a chevy I’ll get a ford or a dodge. the same with amps. Mine is a mid nineties Recto-o-verb 50. on a three qurter back 4/12 cab. with 90 watt Black shadow speakers. I kind of have a Brady bunch attitude “Marshall Marshall Marshall” I like my dirt to be crisper not Muddy. So wen I saw behind you in the video a Marshall head sitting on a masa Cab. I thought Griff that just isn’t Right . I know you don’t play through those amp anyway. and for what I do now I need to get me somthing Like a fender Blues Junior or Deluxe. But Not a Marshall.

  • mike z.

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Griff , I really like this lesson . So much easier the way you break it down . Thanks for sending it . Mike Z.

  • cowboy

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    sweet stuff…thanks…later.

    cowboy

  • DUANE WRIGHT

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Awesome Griff!! Love this little bend!!$$!!

    • DUANE WRIGHT

      Reply Reply August 16, 2018

      It’s money!!

  • Roger Davis

    Reply Reply August 16, 2018

    Griff,
    Great stuff! The lessons are always full of great ideas. I enjoy learning each lick and then building on them by combining them, changing keys or whatever sounds good.
    Thank you for giving solid, informative lessons and advice!

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