Hammer-on lick with slides
You'll be playing three licks on this pattern. You are fretting two notes on the same string and then strike the string. Start practicing it slowly, raise the tempo when you're comfortable. Be very careful when picking the strings - only pick twice - once on the first note and once on the fourth note. The first note is played with a downstroke and the fourth one with an upstroke. Aim of the exercise:
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I know what that is. Some Random Little Solo. Shred or dead - Lick 1. This study divides the fretboard into five areas, or positions. Submit practice videos to Tony Trischka Get custom feedback on your playing Practice the advice and improve. And here is the ascending version of the same idea. Learn these five lead guitar techniques to add a bit of flair to your lead playing.
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It's got an interesting melodic shape, a great rhythmic structure, a marvellous sense of flow and perfect grace and composure. Repeating C Dorian Lick. As a shortcut, you can quickly find the CD track without using the table by subtracting the track number found in the book from You have two strategic choices when approaching this study.
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Description: Am with a twist. Pat Metheny- Third Wind Lick. It is usually played at a fast tempo, and that can make it difficult to duplicate the fiddle melody. The Shadow of Your Smile.
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