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This lick is taken from my lesson “Extended pentatonic licks”. It's in the key of Em and is in the style of Paul Gilbert, featuring combined picking and legato and using extended pentatonic shapes.
In this lesson are some licks to give examples of playing over a 1 6 2 5 progression, in this case in the key of C.
If you like modern blues with a modal approach similar to the Robben Ford style then this might be the right lesson for you.
This is the lesson covering my song called An Old Modern Time from my solo album Let It Out, released in 2006. It's a cool Neoclassic kind a piece with lot of alternate picking, string skipping, sweeping, few legato licks etc.
Get your pentatonic licks up to speed with these extended shapes, in the style of Paul Gilbert.
The purpose of this lesson is to teach you how to practice and apply three note arpeggios and their inversions. Three note arpeggios we call the extraction of the notes of a 3-note chord.
This is an example of a bluesy/swing guitar inspired mainly by one of the founders of the Big City blues scene, the late, great T-Bone Walker.
In this lesson i want to show you 10 Melodic Lines over a Cm7 chord using different playing concepts. Check it out.
This lesson demonstrates 5 fusion guitar licks. All these licks are in the key of A minor using mixed legato and hybrid picking technique.
In this lesson I have included my TOP 12 favorite gypsy jazz licks that I like to use when I outline the 2-5-1 progression in major. All examples are in C major.