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A challenging double-time lick combining the Dorian scale with chromatic notes for a fusion-style sound. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
31 Jul 2008
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A useful and exciting turnaround lick featuring rhythmic displacement, finger pivoting, and arpeggios. Part 3 of 3. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
7 Aug 2008
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A useful and exciting turnaround lick featuring rhythmic displacement, finger pivoting, and arpeggios. Part 2 of 3. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
7 Aug 2008
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A useful and exciting turnaround lick featuring rhythmic displacement, finger pivoting, and arpeggios. Part 1 of 3. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
7 Aug 2008
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A syncopated blues lick which can be used over Dominant or Minor chords. For free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
14 Aug 2008
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A fusion/rock lick using rhythmic displacement that fits over min7 or dom7 chords.
20 Aug 2008
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A minor ii V i jazz lick in the style of Charlie Parker.
29 Aug 2008
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A blues lick that combines the major and minor pentatonic scales with creative rhythmic accents. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to *******www.ivideosongs****/search/tutorials.aspx
23 Jul 2010
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A very challenging progressive rock adaptation of power chords in D minor using slides, pull-offs, and open strings.
11 Sep 2008
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15 Sep 2011
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13 Nov 2011
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*******www.nielsvejlyt**** how to shred on guitar
13 Nov 2011
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*******www.nielsvejlyt**** How To Shred On Guitar
22 Nov 2011
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*******www.GuitarLessons365**** With this installment of the "Lick Of The Week" series at *******www.GuitarLessons365****, we will take a look at a fast chromatic scale lick in the style of John Petrucci. This lick is also a great alternate picking exercises to develop the fluency of players like John Petrucci, Paul Gilbert, Yngwie Malmsteen, Alexi Laiho, Steve Vai and many others. A FREE PDF TAB download for this lesson is available from the main site at *******www.GuitarLessons365**** While you are at the main site please take the time to check out the TONS of FREE video guitar lessons, PDF downloads, music theory tutorials, forums, backing tracks and more!! Your support at the main site is what will enable me to continue these FREE lesson updates. THANKS!! Carl.. Lesson Taught By: Carl Brown
6 Oct 2010
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Please like on Facebook to get all the latest lesson updates! Just go here! *******www.facebook****/pages/wwwGuitarLessons365com/409156790345 Please Like, Comment, Favorite and Subscribe to help this lesson get more views. Thanks!! In this installment of our "Lick Of The Week" series at *******www.GuitarLessons365**** we will take a look at a legato lick in the style of the great Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple. Be sure to download the free TAB PDF for this lesson so you can more easily follow along. You can get it here: *******www.guitarlessons365****/ritchie-blackmore-style-legato-guitar-lesson-lick-of-the-week/ This Ritchie Blackmore style legato lick uses slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs across multiple strings to create a slippery sounding lick that can be quite deceiving to the ear. Although it is in straight sixteenth note triplets, you will notice that the use of all of the various legato techniques help to mask that strict 16th note triplet feel. Take your time and slowly work this lick up to speed and make sure that all of the notes are articulated correctly. It might be a good idea to count out loud the timing of the lick in the beginning while you play it like I do briefly in the video. So have fun with this cool Ritchie Blackmore style legato lick! I hope you can easily add it to you bag of tricks whenever you want to show a little of that Blackmore mojo. :) Please remember that these free lessons are only possible with your support at GuitarLessons365****. If you enjoy the lessons please consider an extremely inexpensive Premium membership or a donation to the site. Thanks!! Lesson Taught By: Carl Brown
20 Dec 2011
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E7 Bass Lick by Frescia Belmar (me) You can find the transcription here: *******www.fresciabelmar.cl/lessons/index.html
3 Jun 2009
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