Shuffle Lick In A (just for fun)

Not much to say here… this is just a fun lick that you oughta know how to do.

It has a few little techniques that you will see time, and time, and time again throughout your playing…

So might as well buckle down and get ’em happening 🙂

Dig it!

8 Comments

  • michael Costello

    Reply Reply February 8, 2019

    Love these mini lessons keep him coming Griff

  • Ron Underwood

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    What model Suhr guitar 🎸 is that ?

    • Griff

      Reply Reply February 8, 2019

      It’s A Classic Pro

  • Peter P Bas

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    To catch a beat on a recording – listen to the drummer. The snare is usually easy to hear in the mix. Snare drum plays on two and four. Get that workin’ and fill in the other beats to find one. Help to realy know the tune, that’s fifty to one hundred repititions of really listening. Always works and people I’ve ontroduced to this idea get it, takes a little work, ain’t nothin’ free! Play them blues!

  • Ron Underwood

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    What model sure guitar you that that you play

  • David

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    I’ve always resisted counting because I can never figure out how you determine what beat a song or a lick starts on. I always think..we’ll the first sound is the first beat. Unless the song has an audible count in for one bar I have no clue. Do you have a video that helps getting started on how to count out the beginning of a piece of music 🎶?

  • mike

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    Hey Griff, Is it possible to demo make, model and operation of your pedals in a video?

  • Rick

    Reply Reply February 7, 2019

    Great lick Griff! Got it here in the morning with my coffee. Good start of the day!

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