Lessons Double Stop Box 4 LickAugust 15, 201818Comments by Griff 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. Downloads – This Video | The TAB Griff 18 replies to "Double Stop Box 4 Lick" Richard Agins September 6, 2018 I notice that you’ve been using a Gibson to demonstrate. Would you share what is your favorite axe, please? Thanks. Reply jean dominique August 20, 2018 Liked it. Original.Thank you Reply Michael Chappell 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 Reply BillM August 18, 2018 Sweet lick! Very useful. Thx. Reply Doug McCarten August 18, 2018 Thanks Griff, Great Lick. I love double stops. Could use some help with noodling options to follow this lick. Doug Reply Lloyd Hanson August 17, 2018 Thanks Griff! Reply greg August 16, 2018 neat riff a jam track to practice would be great for this one Reply Memphis Matt 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. Reply Jeff B August 16, 2018 Fun Stuff. I’ll definitely use it. Thanks Griff. Reply MikeS August 16, 2018 Cool Lick. I’ll definitely use it. Thanks, Griff Reply darrell fitzgerald August 16, 2018 Very cool Reply Greg August 16, 2018 You make everything look so easy, Thanks Griff Reply Ronald Stoddard 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. Reply mike z. August 16, 2018 Griff , I really like this lesson . So much easier the way you break it down . Thanks for sending it . Mike Z. Reply cowboy August 16, 2018 sweet stuff…thanks…later. cowboy Reply DUANE WRIGHT August 16, 2018 Awesome Griff!! Love this little bend!!$$!! Reply DUANE WRIGHT August 16, 2018 It’s money!! Reply Roger Davis 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! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.