If you have been through all of the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series, you can watch the video as I play through the riff as a refresher for you. This riff sounds awesome as it is, but we can make it sound even better by throwing in some lead licks in different spots. The first thing we need to talk about is where you should interject your lead licks in a standard bar blues progression. You can divide the 12 bars into three different four-bar phrases. If you do this, usually another instrument will be playing or someone will be singing during the first two or three bars of each four-bar phrase, and you can use the last bar or two to play a lick.
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Learning and assimilating the concepts behind these jazz guitar licks is a great way to improve your improvisational skills and expand your jazz vocabulary. Players such as Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie brought fresh levels of excitement to their solos, ushering in a new era of jazz improvisation. In this lesson, you will learn 25 classic bebop licks to use in your solos. You will probably know how to get a blues sound in your rock and blues solos. Bringing out the bluesy side of jazz can be a bit tougher though. Here, you will learn 5 different ways to get to the bluesy side of jazz.
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22 Guitar Licks You Must Know for Rock, Blues and More! | TAB + AUDIO
This video demonstrates a simple blues guitar solo that even a beginner should be able to play, on either an electric or an acoustic guitar. Most of it is played using the double string technique where you are playing 2 strings at the same time , and because of playing on double strings it ends up sounding a lot like something Chuck Berry would do, Chuck Berry is the master of playing double string stuff. I hope this is something that everyone will be able to play — Hit me with questions either on this page or in the forum if you have them. Can I make a request for a lesson on connecting up all the different patterns for the pentatonic scales running the length of the neck? I think that would make this series pretty complete!
Do you dream of getting started with solo guitar? Has the instruction you have found so far been too difficult for you? Here is the place to start! The basic building block for solos are licks , in other words short passages of notes.