“Discover How To Play 27 Of The Coolest Blues/Rock Licks On The Planet…”

… Plus, use my system to install those licks into your own vocabulary so that you own them, and can use them in your own solos on command.

As most any blues guitar player will tell you, soloing boils down to licks…

If you have some sweet licks in your bag of tricks, you’re likely going to sound good…

But if you’re like many guitar players just throwing some notes against the wall, hoping that they’re going to sound good…

Well, as you probably know by now, the odds are not in your favor.

Now, of course, you need to have some approaches – some scales, maybe a touch of music theory…

And I always suggest that it’s good to learn complete solos from start to finish as it helps you to absorb what I call the “story form” of a good guitar solo…

But the rest of it – what separates one player from another and the men from the boys – is your stash of licks.

You might think it would be easy to learn licks – after all there are thousands of licks lessons on YouTube, and there are dozens of books I can think of with “7853 Licks You Must Know…”

But here’s the dirty little secret… it’s easy for any decent guitar player to write out a few dozen licks and play them for you.

If I did a “licks course” the way I see most of them go (and I have a LOT of them) I could do 10 of them in a month!

That’s not going to help you because what’s missing is the system to actually install those licks into your own vocabulary…

You need the “behind the scenes” insights into the scales, the approaches, and the thought processes behind the notes…

Plus, you need to spend time playing those licks, over and over against a variety of backing tracks in a similar feel, but maybe different keys and different tempos – DEFINITELY different chord changes so you can get a better handle on when your new lick will work…

… and more importantly when it won’t!

And since I get dozens of requests every week for more blues/rock style licks, I’ve put together a new system to get these 27 quintessential blues/rock licks into your fingers so that you will own them, and can use them in your solos as easily as you talk with a good friend.

That System, Is This…

Blues Rock Lick Vocabulary: Level 1 is just what it sounds like… 27 classic blues/rock licks in the style of guitar players like; Billy Gibbons, Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter, Jimi Hendrix, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Gary Moore, and more.

The licks are divided into 3 groups of 9 in the most common musical feels – the straight feel, the shuffle/swing feel, and a slow blues type of feel.

The “Level 1,” part refers to the rhythmic complexity of the licks, not necessarily the fingering or the approach…

At Level 1, most intermediate, and maybe even advanced beginners should be able to work through and count these licks. There are some occasional sixteenth notes, but there are no odd triplets or really complex syncopations that would trip up even a more experienced guitar player.

Here’s how my Blues Rock Lick Vocabulary system works:

For each of these 27 licks, there are several steps that the course will guide you through…

First – I’ll introduce the lick and give you some background on where it comes from so you have some idea as to the type of song the lick would fit.

Second – I’ll walk you through the entire lick, note for note, giving you the “why” behind the notes and explaining alternate choices for some notes that may not work in some situations.

Third – I’ll play through the lick slowly, with the full count, so you can be sure to count it yourself. If you’re not sure, feel free to write the count in on the page… there’s no shame in it!

You’ll hear me say this in the course, but I want to re-iterate it here… DON’T think, “I’ll learn the notes first, then the beat.” Yes, I have to call out the notes first, but when you practice it on your own, make sure you are counting right from the start.

Fourth – Once you have the lick memorized, I’ll play it over a jam track at a slower tempo. We’ll do it in a “trading fours” style, so you’ll hear me play it, then I’ll leave you a few bars to play it. Then I’ll play it again, and so forth. I’ll play the lick 4 or 5 times so you get a few tries at it.

It may take a few tries for this part, so you’ll also have a full length version of the jam track where you can try it on your own until you really feel comfortable playing the lick.

Fifth – When you feel fairly comfortable with the slower track, we’ll do the same thing with a different track that is a little faster, and has different changes. That way you’ll already have some experience using the lick in different settings.

From there, you’ll have additional jam tracks in different keys, which I encourage you to use as well.

But There’s More To It That Just Some Licks…

As I’ve said many times, you need licks, but you also need approaches and you also need complete solos to really keep your soloing improving…

However, in my experience, most players have a ton of approaches – you may already know the minor pentatonic, major pentatonic, blues scales… maybe you even know about mixing and matching the major and minor blues sounds or even modes...

And since a lot of us learn solos from our favorite songs, or we learn complete solos in our lessons… licks tend to take a back seat 🙁

Sure, you can learn licks from within your solo examples, but sometimes it’s hard to change your focus like that.

Instead, with a dedicated focus on licks, you’ll be improving your overall soloing as your “licks” leg catches up with the other two.

Plus, there is always the chance that some of the approaches used in the licks are not approaches you are familiar with (in fact, I would just about guarantee that will happen.)

So you’ll likely get some new ideas from those licks, as well is improving your counting and timing…

… something most everyone can use!

So like I said, there’s a lot more to this course than just playing some licks. Here are just some of the things you’re getting…

  • An overview of all the sounds of blues/rock – Pentatonic scales, blues scales, even modes, so if you’re not sure of a pattern, you’ll know for sure.
  • 9 Straight Feel licks in the style of players like Billy Gibbons, Jimi Hendrix, and more.
  • 2 Different Straight Feel Jam Tracks at 2 different tempos, in 3 keys each so 6 straight feel jam tracks in total.
  • 9 Shuffle Feel licks in the style of players like Gary Moore, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Rory Gallagher (among others.)
  • 2 Different Shuffle Feel Jam Tracks at 2 different tempos, in 3 keys each so 6 shuffle feel jam tracks in total.
  • 9 Slow Blues licks in the style of players like Gary Moore, Joe Bonamassa, and Stevie Ray Vaughan (among others.)
  • 2 Different Slow Blues Jam Tracks at 2 different tempos, in 3 keys each so 6 slow blues jam tracks in total.
  • 3 additional Slow/Straight Jam Tracks so you can work on some of the slow blues licks that are used over straight feels in the real world. This is covered in the slow blues videos for the licks as well.
  • Video breakdowns of every lick – the why, the how, and the when.
  • Play alongs for every lick over 2 different jam tracks at 2 different tempos and 2 different chord progressions. A handful of licks are also played over a 3rd jam track, and a couple of the slow blues licks only work slowly and are only played over the one track. The play alongs are all in a “trading fours” style, so I’ll play, then you play it back, then I’ll play, then you play it back, etc.
  • Charts for all of the jam tracks so you’ll know the chord progressions, since they aren’t standard blues.

And of course, there is more besides, but I think you get the idea.

So Here’s What To Do Next

Blues Rock Lick Vocabulary: Level 1 is just $77 and you can get it instantly as a digital download or stream it from your own private Member Portal on your computer or mobile device (as long as you have an internet connection.) It never goes away and you can access it any time.

You can have the course however you prefer, just click the “Add To Cart” button that fits your style, and complete the secure checkout to get your copy today.

Is That It?

Pretty much.. that’s about it.

As always, you get my iron-clad, 90 day guarantee. If you don’t love Blues Rock Lick Vocabulary: Level 1, just let my friendly helpdesk know and you’ll get a complete refund, no questions asked – and you don’t even have to send it back.

My private students that have gone through some of this training have paid me upwards of $1000 for this information and done so willingly, and they don’t even get a money-back guarantee!

So to get this complete course, all the videos, TABs, audio playalongs, on-screen tab, and, of course, membership to the Blues Guitar Unleashed member forum… for $77 is kind of a no-brainer.

There’s no catch, no hidden continuity thing, and no shenanigans to be found. The order form is secure and you can rest assured that your privacy and data are safe. You’ve got absolutely nothing to lose…

Now Is The Time…

Putting this off until “someday” is just putting off success that much longer, and there’s no reason for that. If you really want to make improvements now, you have to act now, it’s that simple.

And with my 90 day no-questions-asked-you-don’t-even-have-to-send-it-back guarantee, this is the perfect chance to really upgrade your vocabulary so your guitar can do the talking for you!

So click the “Add To Cart” button below that fits your style (digital, digital with printed manual, or digital with the printed manual and the DVDs and CD.)

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PS – In case you thought, “Oh, I’ll just scroll down to the bottom and get the scoop,” let me hip you to it…

I’m offering you a great chance to try my new Blues Rock Lick Vocabulary: Level 1 system, complete with 27 licks in the style of blues/rock greats like Johnny Winter, Gary Moore, Rory Gallagher, and more.

The licks are divided into 3 groups of 9 – Straight Feel, Slow Blues Feel, and Shuffle Feel, and come complete with video breakdowns and walkthroughs of the “how” and “why,” plus a “trading fours” style jam track with 2 different tracks for each lick, so you will be sure to really own it and can use it when you need it.

There is about 4 1/2 hours of video, over 100 Audio examples, and a whole bunch more good stuff for you.

You can get it all for just $77, with my iron-clad 90 day guarantee.

Sound good? Great! Then get yours here.