GT169

GT169

20 Speed Licks

MODERN ROCK – CLASSIC ROCK – BLUES

COUNTRY – ROCKABILLY – JAZZ

Guitar Techniques 169

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Lick 2: This lick is in the style of Greg Howe and features the same technique as the previous example but it’s applied in a slightly different way. It’s again a very easy lick to do and the result just sounds great. In the second bar play the 17th fret with the picking hand, pull off to the 15th fret – that is played by the fretting hand – and bend the string up a whole tone.

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Lick 19: This lick incorporates some hybrid picking technique so I wouldn’t suggest it if you are completely new to this technique. If you’ve got the basic idea and movements down then this lick should be very easy to do. Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Brad Paisley and many more have all played similar ideas. Keep middle and ring fingers on the G and B strings while the pick stays on the D string.

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Lick 20: For the jazz/fusion lovers this is a very easy idea that you can use to create some tension in your improvisation. This lick is built using one single shape that is moved down in the neck. Metheny often takes a shape like this and moves it around. If you are clever enough to hide it well it just sounds fantastic and unpredictable.

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