Lick of the week no. 9 - Tapped Displacement
Hello folks and welcome to my first "lick of the week" here at Live4Guitar.

This lick is about rhythm displacement, we have phrases starting on 1st beat, 2nd beat and even after 16th pause so it creates pretty interesting effect time wise.

Read on.
Lick of the week no. 8 - Two Handed Tapping
Hello guys!

Here is my little introduction into "two handed tapping" technique - (both hands over fretboard). I started being interested in this technique around 1992 when i first saw Eddie Van Halen playing his "Judgement day". Playing this way you'll reach very interesting (more like keyboard) sound on your guitar...and it looks very cool on stage ;)
Lick of the week no. 7 - Call and Response
Hi everyone and welcome to my first lick of the week! Repetition is one of the most important things to think of when building your licks and phrases, but repetition in music doesn’t mean playing everything exactly the same over and over again. If your licks have a common ground (similar rhythmic pattern, contour, dynamics, etc…) you can connect them to create phrases, and there will be still some repetition going on, despite notes being different.
Lick of the week no. 6 - Diminished Tapped Arpeggios
Welcome to my lick of the week.

This week I'll be showing you kinda hard rock sounding, "in your face" riffing lick accompanied with some nice diminished tapped arpeggios.
Lick of the week no. 5 - Soloing using triads (superimposing) over F7
Hi everyone! This week we have a cool jazzy lick over F7 (key of Bb major or F Mixolydian mode) you can effectively use in your improvisation. This lick uses "approach" patterns and was created using two different triads when soloing (F and Eb triads).
Lick of the week no. 4 - Tapping in E minor
Hello guys!

Here is my first lick for all of you! This lick is totally legato/tapping lick - no pick used at all. Basic scale is E minor pentatonic but i've added F# and Bb here and there :)

Enjoy.
Lick of the week no. 3 - Tapped Arpeggios
Hi and welcome to my lick of the week. Today I prepared sort of neoclassical lick with tapped arpeggios.

Enjoy.
Lick of the week no. 2 - Country in C7
I messed around with open strings and a new lick was born.

Check it out.
Lick of the week no. 1 - II V I in D major
Hi, this week we have a cool jazzy lick in II V I which you can effectively use in your improvisation. This lick uses arpeggios with superimposing technique (over E min7 chord), modes (over A7alt chord) and approach patterns (over D maj7 chord).
Lick of the week no. 36 - Country lick A7 by Hamo Salihbegovic
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