Many times licks are far too complex…

It’s easy to miss the small moves that get repeated in dozens, or maybe hundreds of licks over your lifetime as a guitarist.

So today you’ll see the process of taking 3 small moves that appear in hundreds of licks, and how we will:

1 – Get them up to a good speed so you can play them comfortably at a shuffle tempo (think Sweet Home Chicago or Pride & Joy)

2 – Put them together so that you can use them as one long lick, one moderate lick, or some small punctuation in your solos.

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    3 replies to "3 Cool Moves Turned Into A Lick"

    • Thomas Guitarman

      excellent lesson very usable and in everything

    • Michael Chun

      Great lesson…love the breakdown of the “tiny moves”
      ( I transpose these for my uke 😉)
      Can always count on you to emphasize the timing ( pun intended )

    • Jerry Persall

      Among the very many useful, insightful lessons. Very much appreciated the breakdown.

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